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Ravens' WR corps looking like strength

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By Mike Wilkening

The Ravens' bolstered receiving corps fared well at the team's latest minicamp. Ex-Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin was already looking be in "midseason form," head coach John Harbaugh told Baltimore reporters after Boldin had a strong start to the practices. Even Demetrius Williams, who struggled through a disappointing '09 season and will be well down the bench if he makes the club this season, looked good. Boldin, who caught 84 passes for Arizona last season, should fit well in offensive coordinator Cam Cameron's attack, one defensive assistant familiar with the standout receiver and the Ravens' scheme told PFW. Indeed, it looks to be the most potent passing offense of Cameron's three seasons in Baltimore, with Boldin adding another top-caliber possession receiver who can create after the catch and fellow new addition Donté Stallworth bringing outstanding vertical speed to a passing game that has lacked a consistent field-stretching presence. The WR corps also has very good depth.

 

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