During offseason minicamps, the Ravens' biggest question mark was at wide receiver. Throughout training camp, the doubts persisted with the team's receiving group.
Now, heading into tonight's preseason game at Carolina, the Ravens are demanding some answers. With the starters scheduled to receive their most playing time of the preseason, it's time for their unproven WRs - Demetrius Williams, Kelley Washington and Justin Harper - to prove something.
Their performances could determine whether the Ravens keep this group intact or add a veteran to upgrade it.
"This is a big game for these receivers," OC Cam Cameron said. "We're looking for production. The Ravens are about production and not potential. The good news is we've got talent. It's my job to bring out the production."
Besides Derrick Mason, the rest of the Ravens' WRs have yet to live up to that potential.
With Mark Clayton (hamstring) out for a third preseason game, none of the other wide-outs have seized the opportunity to catch the coaches' attention.