Baltimore Ravens Training Camp Schedule Released


The Baltimore Ravens training camp schedule has been announced, and the first full day of practice will take place on Thursday, July 30.

The rookies will arrive first on July 22. Injured veterans will report on July 24 and quarterbacks on July 26. The rest of the veterans will be in attendance on July 29 with a team meeting that evening. Players are expected to report for physicals and conditioning tests before the first day of practice as well.

The Ravens held their training camp at McDaniel College in Westminster from 1996 to 2010. They moved to the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills because it was a better place for the team being closer to Baltimore. Surprisingly, the training facility doesn’t have the accommodations that the college had, but the Ravens are working on making training camp accessible for fans.

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Team President Dick Cass said at the NFL owners meetings that the Ravens plan to expand the amount of fans that are allowed in attendance during training camp. The Ravens maxed out at 500 fans during 2014 training camp, but plan to expand to 1,000 in 2015 and 3,000 by 2016.

The Ravens will also host a free practice for fans to attend at at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday, Aug. 3, beginning at 7 p.m.

Training camp officially breaks on August 18 when the Ravens travel to Philadelphia for three days of practice before their nationally televised preseason game on August 22 against the Eagles. The scheduled practices from Aug. 19-21 will start at noon each day. The Week 3 contest figures to be the final tuneup for the Ravens before they enter the regular season.

Baltimore figures to have numerous positional battles during this year’s training camp. Who will start the season at wide receiver opposite Steve Smith Sr.? Who will backup Justin Forsett? Will Dennis Pitta play this season, and if not, who wins the starting tight end job? We start to find out the answers to those questions beginning July 30.

We are inching closer and closer to football being back in Baltimore.

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