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Ravens Trying to Cut Down on Dropped Passes

After Lee Evans' infamous drop in the end-zone during last year's AFCCG (and ranking 7th in the league in dropped-passes last year), John Harbaugh is placing an emphasis on cutting down dropped passes this year heading into training camp.

From BaltimoreRavens.Com: "We were not as good of a catching team last year as we need to be," Harbaugh said. "It's definitely an emphasis. You know, that's the No. 1 job for a receiver - to catch the ball," Harbaugh said. "You can talk about speed, size and separation all you want. But, the bottom line is, can you catch? If you can't catch, in my mind you can't play receiver."

Ironically enough, Anquan Boldin has dropped the ball just 5.94% of the time. The 13th best in the league. Anquan Boldin has definitely been doing his job, it's just the rest of the receiving corps that has both literally and figuratively dropped the ball.

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