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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — In watching film this offseason, Lamar Jackson realized the biggest problem with his consistency was mechanics.

Over the past two months, Jackson threw the ball every day during the week in Florida, looking to improve his timing, footwork and ultimately his accuracy. He completed 58.2 percent of his passes last season, which ranked 37th in the NFL among quarterbacks with at least 100 attempts.

“I probably got lazy, trying to make things happen with my arm and not following through with my legs,” Jackson said on the second day of the team’s offseason workout program, which were his first comments since the end of the season. “It showed a lot when I threw an inaccurate ball.”

The Ravens have never drafted a center in the first round, but given how much they plan to run the ball it’s a position that could be in the mix.

As a rookie, Jackson replaced the injured Joe Flacco around midseason and led the Ravens to their first AFC North title in six years. But he proved to be more dangerous as a runner than a passer.

In the playoff loss to the Los

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