BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens had to cancel their scheduled Friday practice with the 49ers due to rules of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the players and the NFL.
That agreement limits the number of consecutive days a team can practice or take part in football activities during training camp. Friday’s event was canceled because of the 49ers’ practice and travel schedule leading up to Thursday’s preseason game.
The Ravens are still holding an open practice at Navy Stadium in Annapolis on Monday. Fans can meet players, cheerleaders, the mascot and get autographs.
“We’re very disappointed for fans who were planning to attend Friday’s practice against the 49ers,” Ravens team president Dick Cass stated. “We hope some of them will be able to come to the practice at Navy on Monday.”
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