Baltimore held its second practice of the week on Tuesday in another session geared toward an offensive win. The coaches schemed a bunch of situational plays to run on 11-on-11 reps and the quarterbacks, running backs, and tight ends all excelled.
The guys were back on shells and shorts yesterday, run exercices for 2.5 hours, and started to gear up for what is coming next Saturday: the Ravens' pre-season opener at the ground of the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Castle didn't grace the presence of J.K. Dobbins on Tuesday as the rusher seems to be on a hard hold-in these times, but the rest of the backfield was great according to folks reporting from Owings Mills on a day in which a bunch of members of the running-back unit (players and coaches) spoke to the media attending Day 12 of training camp.
Here is everything that went down on Tuesday, August 8, as the Ravens took to the grounds of the UAPC at Owings Mills for Day 12 of training camp before taking on the Philadelphia Eagles next Saturday.
Warm welcome, shells, and shorts
Another day, another super long practice on the field at Owings Mills with the Ravens' superheroes staying active more nearly three hours on a sunny Tuesday.