It’s report day for the Ravens veterans, but did they all show up for training camp?
The team has just a little over two weeks before the first preseason game against Atlanta, to get ready. Coach Harbaugh appeared pleased with the start of camp.
Training camp kicking off in the NFL and the latest NFL news.
Mike Harmon of FoxSports.com and his blog, SwollenDome.com, joins Haynie & Zinno to discuss the latest sports news.
Since the practice next week will be mandatory for the players, everybody should be on board- except Ray Rice(franchised) – and they should continue to build team strength and chemistry as they get ready for Training Camp.
The Ravens conducted their first full organized team activity (OTA) workout at the Castle this week – however, most of the veteran players were not there
Harbaugh recognizes the significance in sports, and particularly, the success of a franchise, to the people in a community.
The end of an era. The Ravens will no longer hold training camp in Westminster. Instead they’ll be in Owings Mills, and camp will be closed to the public.
Nothing is final yet, but it looks like the days of the Baltimore Ravens spending summers in Westminster are over.
Brent Harris, of Comcast Sports, joins the Bob Haynie Show to break down some of the concerns for the Ravens.
These guys have a couple weeks of practice under their belts, now it will be interesting to see who shows up when the lights come on Thursday against the, “Dream Team.”
Will Brinson, of CBSSports.com, joins the Bob Haynie Show to discuss the array of signings and trades that have taken place over the past couple days.