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Rashod Bateman Is Ready to Prove His Talent

Rashod Bateman has been working hard to return to full strength after his Lisfranc foot surgery. Despite missing five games as a rookie and 11 games last year due to his injuries, Bateman remains determined to prove his full talent. His ability to make big plays was evident in Week 2 last season when he turned a short slant into a 75-yard touchdown against the Miami Dolphins.

Now, Bateman is eager to show his full potential and help the Ravens win. With the addition of Odell Beckham Jr., Zay Flowers, and Nelson Agholor to the team, Bateman knows that a healthy season could bring even more explosiveness to the mix. He's excited about the new pieces and the way Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken is using them.

Dealing with injuries over the past two seasons hasn't been easy for Bateman, but he's learned valuable lessons along the way. He's grateful for his teammates and coaches and is ready to move forward. Bateman isn't concerned about reaching certain statistics and is instead focused on being a part of something big.

Head Coach John Harbaugh is happy to see Bateman stacking practice days and working on his craft. He's expecting Bateman to have a great season and is confident in his abilities. As the regular season approaches, Bateman is feeling 99% and is ready to make an impact on the field.


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