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Baltimore Ravens training camp 2023: Schedule, tickets, location and more

The 2023 NFL season is just a few months away and while there are no NFL games today, the Baltimore Ravens training camp provides fans with an excellent opportunity to see their favorite team up close.

This is one of the most exciting times of year in the NFL. Fans are excited for the upcoming season, especially in Maryland. Baltimore brought in a new offensive coordinator this offseason, upgraded its receiving corps and signed quarterback Lamar Jackson to a long-term extension. This summer, fans will get to see a crucial part of the Ravens’ preparation for the upcoming season and it will be a great experience for all.

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Let’s dive into our Ravens’ training camp preview, providing you with all the information you need to know before practices begin. At the bottom, we’ve provided a FAQ for fans.

Baltimore Ravens training camp schedule

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Baltimore Ravens training camp begins on Wednesday, July 26 and extends through Friday, August 18. All dates on the following Ravens training camp schedule are open practices for the public.

  • Wednesday, July 26 – Practice starts at 2:35 PM
  • Thursday, July 27 – Practice starts at 2:20 PM
  • Friday, July 28 – Practice starts at 2:05 PM
  • Saturday, July 29 – Practice at M&T Bank Stadium (12:45 PM)
  • Monday, July 31 – Practice opens at 2:20 PM
  • Tuesday, Aug. 1 – Practice begins at 2:05 PM
  • Wednesday, Aug. 2 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Thursday, Aug. 3 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Tuesday, Aug. 8 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Wednesday, Aug. 9 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Thursday, Aug. 10 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Monday, Aug. 14 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Tuesday, Aug. 15 – Joint practice with Washington Commanders (9:30 AM)
  • Wednesday, Aug. 16 – Joint practice with Washington Commanders (9:30 AM)
  • Thursday, Aug. 17 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM
  • Friday, Aug. 18 – Practice starts at 1:35 PM

Baltimore Ravens training camp storylines

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Time for the young Baltimore Ravens pass rush to step up

While Baltimore finished the second half of the 2022 season with one of the best defenses in the league, this unit does have some questions heading into the 2023 campaign. Specifically, all eyes our on the pass rush.

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Once a strength of this team, the Ravens finished last season ranked 25th in pressure rate (19.2%), 19th in hurry rate (6.3%) and 17th in pass rush win rate (40%). Now, Calais Campbell is gone and Justin Houston remains unsigned. It leaves Odafe Oweh (31st overall pick in 2021), David Ojabo (45th overall pick in 2022) and Tyus Bowser (19.5 career sacks in 89 games) and Justin Madubuike as the top pass rushers. Oweh and Ojabo have the talent, but they haven’t proven themselves. If they don’t stand out early in camp, Baltimore will need a lot more help.

J.K Dobbins’ hold-in and the Ravens’ running back situation

J.K. Dobbins came alive late in the 2022 season, rushing for 397 yards and averaging 6.96 yards per carry in his final four games. However, his knee has caused him persistent problems and he just held out of mandatory minicamp over a contract dispute. Dobbins won’t skip training camp, because of the mandatory fines for players under contract, but a hold-in is possible.

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Gus Edwards would benefit if Dobbins was a hold-in, especially now that he’s been fully cleared to return after dealing with knee issues last season. However, he only participated in individual drills during minicamp due to his offseason recovery. The health and availability of both running backs are paramount because, as Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic wrote, the Ravens intend to use their running backs a lot more in the passing game this year.

First look at a modern offense in Baltimore

The Ravens likely needed to move on from Greg Roman a year ago, but he’s gone now. In the previous era, Baltimore ran the football on more than 50 percent of its plays in the last three years. However, the bigger problem was the slow pace of the Ravens’ offense and how little they spread out their wide receivers and allowed Jackson to attack.

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All of that is changing with Todd Monken. Baltimore’s new offensive coordinator will be running a modern NFL offense, playing at a far faster pace with more wide receivers on the field. It’s crucial for this team to take the next step because Jackson is the most difficult to defend when there are wide receivers spread out and the defense is forced to give Jackson a lot of open space. Just as important, this is the best Ravens’ receiving corps in years. Fans should be elated about what they’ll see this summer and it’s only a taste of what’s coming.

Keeping an eye on the Ravens’ cornerbacks

Baltimore is keeping its eye on the free-agent cornerback market and for good reasons. Marlon Humphrey is one of the best No. 1 corners in the NFL when healthy and Rock Ya-Sin is an ideal fit as a No. 2 corner opposite of him. Beyond those two, there are a lot of questions regarding the depth and talent at this position. The likes of Damarion Williams, Jalyn Armour-Davis and Trayvon Mullen will be tested by a much better receiving corps than they’ve ever seen before during practices. If they don’t prove themselves, the Ravens won’t hesitate to sign someone.

FAQ for Baltimore Ravens training camp

Where is Ravens training camp??

The Ravens hold training camp at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills. You can find the Ravens training facility at 1 Winning Dr, Owings Mills, MD 21117. It receives fantastic reviews from fans, with a 4.8 rating out of 5.

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How long are Ravens practices?

Practices usually last approximately 2-2.5 hours during training camp, though, it can vary based on weather and team-specific circumstances.

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Can you get autographs at Ravens training camp?

Baltimore allows fans between the ages of 6-14 to receive autographs following the end of each practice. All players will already have Sharpies, so children in attendance will only need to bring what they want to be signed.

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Is Ravens training camp free?

All 18 of the Ravens’ 18 open practices to the public will be free. You can sign up for tickets at the team’s website. Tickets for Baltimore’s training camp will become available on July 12. There will also be stadium practice passes available on July 12, which can be claimed here.

When does Ravens training camp start?

Training camp for the Baltimore Ravens starts on Wednesday, July 26.

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