The decision to move the Baltimore Ravens training camp from the public campus of Westminster to a private facility in Owings Mills was not popular among many fans. The thousands of people who attend camp each year to cheer on their Ravens were disapointed to hear that the private facility in Owings Mills was not open to public. Luckily for them, Baltimore Raven’s President Dick Cass announced that there may be some practice sessions at M&T Bank Stadium that fans can attend. This depends on the training camp structure that the league will present once the lockout is eventually over. There is still a lot of speculation going around about what will happen once the lockout ends but only time will tell for sure.
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