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Ravens confident in drafted receivers and likely passing on E. Sanders and R Anderson

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Horitz points to very high catch percentages of Proche and Duvernay.
 


 

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The drop rate for Baltimore's wide receivers was 3.4%, tied for 18th in the NFL. One of the most frustrating memories from the Ravens' playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans was when Seth Roberts let a potential touchdown pass slip through his hands.

Baltimore responded by grabbing two of the most sure-handed wide receivers in this year's draft. By the Ravens' count, Duvernay had 176 career catches and one drop. Proche dropped nine passes on 437 targets, a remarkable average of one per 53 passes thrown his direction, according to Pro Football Focus data.

 

https://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-ravens/post/_/id/52213/ravens-offseason-gift-to-lamar-jackson-two-vise-gripped-targets

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12 minutes ago, Brian88 said:

Sanders and Anderson both already signed with other teams.

The article is from today...I'm just posting from the article. The point was they are not interested in veteran receivers

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