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Jarius Wright has gone through the process of learning his routes and has stacked that against reading defenses. Put it all together and he completely agrees with the theory about receivers finding their stride in their third year.

There is a time-honored tradition that has held true throughout the ever-changing world of NFL offenses. It was true 20 years ago. It's true today. Wide receivers tend to put up their best numbers from their third NFL season forward. The rationale is pretty simple. In their rookie season, their focus is on catching up to the increased speed level of the NFL. They concern themselves with...

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