Where in the Ravens world is Nelson Agholor?

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The Baltimore Ravens opened training camp on Wednesday when the veterans and the rookies took the practice field together for the first time this week. That session was followed by two more entering Saturday's first open practice at M&T Bank Stadium.

After three days in which the offense won once (Day 1), the defense got the better of their counterparts once (Day 2), and there was a relative draw on Friday (Day 3), one player has barely made any headlines: veteran WR Nelson Agholor.

The Ravens signed the former first-round pick earlier this offseason to make him the WR4 of the offense along with veteran Odell Beckham Jr., returning Rashod Bateman, and rookie Zay Flowers.

For one reason or another, the aforementioned trio of wideouts have been on the spotlight of late and through the early training camp days, but we haven't heard almost anything at all about Agholor. What's the deal?

Lamar Jackson, even operating under strict Todd Monken's rules, has completed most of his passes in a quick fashion and accurately.

Jackson hitting tight ends without breaking a sweat, he's connecting with Beckham as if they'd been playing together for years, and he's already handed rookie Flowers a telling nickname.

But again, what about Nelson Agholor? Is he catching passes? Is he dropping them? Is he even present on the field practicing these days? Who knows, judging by the early reports!?

Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic wrote Friday, following Day 3 of practice, that "Devin Duvernay was more involved than he had been over the first two days," and even "connected with Jackson on one deep play."

Zay Flowers (illness) and Rashod Bateman (PUP) didn't practice on Friday, which opened the door for other wideouts to feature more prominently on 11-vs-11 play and other drills. Agholor, seemingly, wasn't one of them, or at least not one worth reporting about.

Luke Jones of Baltimore Positive, also wrote a fully comprehensive report of Day 3 but he never mentioned Agholor in it. He noted, though, that "Jackson and James Proche had a tough time connecting," or that "Devin Duvernay had a strong day with a catch on a deep out as well as a long touchdown."

Some of those things are good, and some of them are bad, but at least they are something.

Monken discussed the borderline receivers in his wideout corps on Friday. As quoted by Timothy Dashiell of The Baltimore Sun, the OC said "It’s important for all of your players to get reps and [for everybody to] develop the back end of your roster." That said, he mentioned Agholor at no point throughout his speech.

"You just don’t ever know; it’s a long season," Monken said. "You’re not only trying to figure out who the starters are, who your playmakers are, [but also] who are your backup guys, who are the guys that are capable of going into games."

Are we sure Agholor is one of them, whatever role that entails, and what he ends up with? Judging by the first three days of camp, that's hard to see happening.

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