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Patrick Queen Looking for More Consistency As Ravens Linebacker

Third-year player looking for more improvement.

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Ravens inside linebacker Patrick Queen was not overly content with his performance last season.

He sees much room for improvement heading into his third year. 

Queen had some early struggled but played better when he moved to the weakside next to veteran Josh Bynes. He did lead the team with 97 tackles and finished with two sacks and one forced fumble.

"I watched a lot [of tape], and the bad spots were bad, and the good spots were great," Queen said earlier this offseason. "So, [I’m] just trying to build off what I was finishing on and just trying to be better. Every aspect of my game needs to get better, so that’s all I’m doing right now – is just taking the time to look at all the keys that I could get better at.”

Ravens ILB Patrick Queen is looking for more consistency. 

Ravens ILB Patrick Queen is looking for more consistency. 

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Queen was the Ravens' first-ever pick from LSU. He finished his rookie season with 105 tackles, three sacks, 10 quarterback hits, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one interception and one pass defended.

However, he did miss 12 tackles, which was tied for the second-most in the NFL, according to Pro-Football-Reference.

His tackling and pass coverage was better last season. 

Now, he wants to grow further as a player. 

“I feel like the best thing I did was get off blocks and recognize some plays better," Queen said. "And just to improve on – just everything, really. I can’t really limit it to one thing. Maybe just like finding the ball from the quarterback, who he’s throwing to and stuff like that. I feel like that could probably be better, but other than that, I feel like it’s everything that I need to get better at.”