Jul 24, 2014; Owings Mills, MD, USA; A detailed view of an Baltimore Ravens helmet in the grass after practice at Under Armour Performance Center. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens Training Camp Notes 7/27

Ravens Training Camp Notes 7/27

It was another day of interesting developments that came on and off the field at practice.  We had some players who continued to dominate, some continue to get embarrassed, and some injury news and notes to share.  Let’s get down to the nitty gritty without further ado.

Lardarius Webb is still out with back spasms and now Chykie Brown is hurt as well.  In addition to his hamstring woes, we would imagine Brown’s pride is hurt as well after getting repeatedly burned so far.  Thankfully it appears that Asa Jackson is stepping up and looking solid on the field.

We went a couple of days without a fight, but Sunday saw a little scuffle between Josh Bynes and Kelechi Osemele. As hot as it has been, we aren’t surprised tempers are flaring up.

Our boy Jeremy Butler and seventh round selection Michael Campanaro continue to impress. They are going to make it hard for the Ravens when it comes time to decide how many wide receivers to keep on the roster.

Terrell Suggs dominated practice and racked up what appeared to be three sacks and a few tackles-for-loss. He was fired up too, repeatedly taunting the offense and shouting at them.

Joe Flacco looked much more accurate Sunday than in previous sessions, and has yet to throw an interception.

Marshal Yanda is looking like his old dominant self, repeatedly getting to the second level on run plays. He has easily been the most impressive offensive lineman to take the field so far.

That’s it for today, stay tuned for all the latest news and notes from training camp!

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