Devonta Freeman shares what he learned about organizing Baltimore



The Baltimore Ravens have seen many new players walk through their doors during the 2021 season due to the injuries and COVID circumstances they have faced. One of those players is running back Devonta Freeman, who provided solid depth in the post after Baltimore lost JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards for the year to late-season illnesses.

When asked what he has learned about the Ravens’ organization since he was with the team, Freeman said the club pay close attention to detail as well as “importance to finish and to fight “.

“Just attention to detail. Lots of things… I don’t want to leave anything out. But a lot of things that stand out to me are the attention to detail, the importance of finishing and fighting, and being physical. Just come in and do your job and try to run and be the best version of yourself. And do whatever you need to do to be successful and enter and win.

Freeman struggled to start the season but ended up leading all Baltimore backers in carries (128) and yards (555) while also being tied with Latavius ​​Murray in rushing touchdowns (5) . He also showed his prowess as a receiving option out of the backfield and picked up on many of the things the organization does to be great both on and off the pitch.


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