Four days before his potential preseason debut, nearly three weeks before the Ravens’ regular-season opener, Lamar Jackson was locked in. His passing was accurate. His timing was on. His mood was upbeat. Only a handful of presnap penalties on the Ravens’ offensive line and skill position players had soured coach John Harbaugh’s mood.
The story went on to say now Jackson has to find people to throw to. Brown (hamstring), Boykin (hamstring) and Cain continued to rehabilitate from early-camp injuries. Watkins missed his third straight practice. Bateman (groin) remains out until at least September. Proche II sat out his first practice of camp after appearing to tweak his back Monday. That left just two draft picks at the position available — Duvernay (20 catches as a rookie) and Wallace, a rookie this season.