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6 biggest questions for Ravens at training camp

SMG Logo By Matthew Stevens of SMG | Slide 1 of 6: The Ravens took the NFL by storm last season largely thanks to their offense. Quarterback Lamar Jackson took a major step forward as a passer, and with a scheme designed by offensive coordinator Greg Roman, he led Baltimore's offense to new heights and an MVP award. But this is the NFL and offenses can't stagnate, even if they haven't had nearly as much practice time as usual due to the pandemic. Opponents have had months to study the Ravens' offense. While it's not like offense would be terrible if they carried forward the same playbook as last year, any help they can get to surprise opposing defenses will do wonders. Roman has already said the offense will add a few new wrinkles but hinted that it might not be the dramatic change we saw last year. The question is what those new wrinkles will be and how the unit will take advantage of having even more talent this season. We'll get a small taste of things in training camp and maybe a better look at what could be coming in the regular season.

How has the offense changed?

The Ravens took the NFL by storm last season largely thanks to their offense. Quarterback Lamar Jackson took a major step forward as a passer, and with a scheme designed by offensive coordinator Greg Roman, he led Baltimore's offense to new heights and an MVP award. But this is the NFL and offenses can't stagnate, even if they haven't had nearly as much practice time as usual due to the pandemic. Opponents have had months to study the Ravens' offense. While it's not like offense would be terrible if they carried forward the same playbook as last year, any help they can get to surprise opposing defenses will do wonders. Roman has already said the offense will add a few new wrinkles but hinted that it might not be the dramatic change we saw last year. The question is what those new wrinkles will be and how the unit will take advantage of having even more talent this season. We'll get a small taste of things in training camp and maybe a better look at what could be coming in the regular season.
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