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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will host several teammates for informal workouts in south Florida next week, wide receiver Miles Boykin said Tuesday in a video conference call, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley.
"There are going to be a lot of guys down there," Boykin said. "There's only so much you can do in (virtual) meetings without being able to go out on the field."
"Right now, we just have the plan to go down there and be able to run through some plays on offense and just play football a little bit to get back to something that we love doing," the second-year wideout added. "It'll be exciting for us to be together, just work on that chemistry."
The NFL's top offense powered Baltimore to a 14-2 record in 2019. Jackson threw 36 touchdown passes while also becoming the second quarterback to amass 1,000-plus rushing yards in a season. Boykin, meanwhile, caught 13 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie.
The Ravens reopened their facilities on Tuesday under the first phase of the NFL's reopening process, which limits the building capacity to 75 employees and doesn't allow players or coaches to return yet.
Head coaches could reportedly return to team facilities as early as next week, and if they're cleared to go back, minicamps including players may be scheduled for mid-June.