Ravens Plan Explosive Open Practices!

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The Ravens will also practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday, July 28, a session highlighted by post-practice player autographs for children and a fireworks/laser show. The Ravens will then practice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis on Monday, Aug. 4.

 

Fireworks Night!

Event: Fireworks Night at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) – Free and Open to the Public
When: Monday, July 28
Practice Start Time: 7 p.m.
Gates Open: 5:30 p.m.
Parking: Stadium lots open at 4 p.m. and are available for cold tailgating. The parking fee is $10.
Details: Highlighted by a post-practice player autograph session for children and a fireworks/laser show, the Fireworks Night practice will also feature entertainment that includes Baltimore’s Marching Ravens, cheerleaders, official mascot Poe and live mascots Rise and Conquer. The Ravens Team Store and concession stands will also be open.

 

Off to The Capital

Event: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Practice (Annapolis, MD) – Free and Open to the Public
When: Monday, Aug. 4
Practice Start Time: 7 p.m.
Gates Open: 5:30 p.m.
Parking: Lots open at 4 p.m. and are available for cold tailgating.
· $10 for cars and $25 for buses

· Parking may be purchased via www.navysports.com

· If Navy lots become full, nearby off-site locations are available with stadium shuttles.

Details: Baltimore’s Marching Ravens, cheerleaders, official mascot Poe and live mascots Rise and Conquer will be in attendance. The Ravens Team Store will be on site, and concession stands will be open. Prior to practice, the Ravens will host a RISE youth football clinic on the field featuring area players and teams.

5 Raves on “Ravens Plan Explosive Open Practices!

  1. JWS on said:

    WHY CHARGE FOR PARKING? TAKING PRACTICES AWAY FOR ALL FANS EACH DAY OF TRAINING CAMP IN WESTMINSTER WHERE THERE WERE NO PARKING FEES WAS BAD ENOUGH BUT TO CHARGE FOR ONE PRACTICE IN BALTIMORE AND AT NAVY IS VERY SAD FROM A BILLIONAIRE OWNER!

  2. Vicky on said:

    Agree. Miss the practices at McDaniel College. Even Steve has said that it was one of his best memories as a child…going to training camp with his dad in Westminster.

  3. Carlos on said:

    It’s not about making money off the parking. it’s just to cover the wages for the parking workers. And more importantly just to avoid parking overcrowding. Less aggravation.

  4. Perry on said:

    It doesn’t matter if it was one of Steve’s best memories as a child or not. The NFL and NFLPA have changed the rules and teams are forced to deal with less practice time and restricted times within to accomplish as much work as possible. Something had to change and moving the majority of sessions to their training facility makes them more efficient. I’ll take a better prepared team thank you.

    As for the parking fees, Carlos has it right.

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