The Baltimore Ravens put on the extra effort to conquer their 24th consecutive preseason opponent and that meant they were nothing but assured to have a nice and soft practice on Monday, which turned into an actual glorified walkthrough all things considered.
Things weren't even remotely close to that session on Tuesday as the Ravens hosted the Washington Commanders for the first of their back-to-back joint practices at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, Md. The physicality went up, the temperatures reached peak heights, and there was even a fight between a wideout and a defensive back. Uh, oh.
Multiple players had solid days on Tuesday judging by reports emerging from The Castle and echoed by those watching live on location. Tylan Wallace ran some swift routes and threw some stout punches, Patrick Ricard returned to his usual FB/TE role, James Proche returned, and Ben Cleveland kept getting reps on the right side of the line, among other developments.
Here are some of the highlights that the first joint practice between Ravens and Commanders yielded on Tuesday, Aug. 15, with both squads taking to the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, Md. to test each other before facing off next Monday.