Ed Dickson Vows to Improve and Will Work on Drops


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Ed Dickson had a breakout year in his second season with the Baltimore Ravens and emerged onto the scene with longtime tight end Todd Heap gone.

Dickson, 24, had 54 catches for 528 yards and five touchdowns in his first season as a starter.

However, Dickson’s production faded in the final month of the season and he had costly drops in both of the Ravens’ postseason games. Earlier this week, Dickson made a promise that he would improve his game in all aspects.

“I’m going to look at all the games, at all my drops,” Dickson said, via The Baltimore Sun. “I’m my worst critic. I’m going to look at the bad plays, I’m not looking at the good plays. I don’t want to see a highlight tape. I want to see my worst plays unless I’m not going to get better.”final four games of the season,

In the final four games of the season, Dickson hauled in just six receptions for 71 yards and a touchdown.