While the coaches didn't signal a winner, Kelley Washington appeared to have the best showing of the 3 WRs trying out for the Ravens. Washington, a free agent who played for the Bengals and Patriots, stood out in Sunday's two-minute drill, diving to make one catch and pulling in a nice throw from Troy Smith for a TD. He punctuated the score with a shimmying dance in the end zone. "I was able to make some good plays and some bad plays," Washington said Sunday, the final day of the Ravens' mandatory minicamp. "But the thing I wanted to focus on was the individual drills. I wanted to show them that I could get in and out of routes and catch the ball. There's only so many things you can do in 5 practices." Now, the Ravens have to make a decision whether to sign Washington, Jerry Porter or Tab Perry over the next few days. Washington has received a contract for the veteran minimum from the Redskins.
Kelley Washington stood out in Sunday's two-minute drill
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