Joe Flacco has consistently found Michael Crabtree during the first two weeks of Baltimore Ravens offseason practices, whether it's over the middle, along the sideline or in the corner of the end zone.
The impressive part isn't the number of times Flacco has hit the Ravens' biggest free-agent addition. It's the effortlessness it takes for Flacco and Crabtree to connect, as if they were playing pitch and catch in the backyard.
Their chemistry appears to go beyond the six practices on the field.
The Ravens have lacked a true No. 1 receiver as of late, and Flacco seems to have struggled as a result. Last season, Mike Wallace led the Raves with 748 yards, and as the story pointed out, there were 39 other players who totaled more.