RAVENS TO HOLD FREE TRAINING CAMP PRACTICE AT M&T BANK STADIUM

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The Baltimore Ravens will conduct a free practice for fans at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 7, with the session beginning at noon. 

“I think it’s great that coach [John] Harbaugh wants to have a practice at the stadium, especially on a Saturday,” team president Dick Cass said. “It will give more fans a chance to come and watch us for free. We realize some fans can’t get out to McDaniel College, and certainly, that some fans can’t come Monday through Friday.” 

Parking lots for the event open at 9 a.m., and fans may park in Lots A, B, C, G, H and J. There is a $5 parking rate for automobiles, and oversized vehicles will be charged $25. Cold tailgating will be permitted in all lots.

Admittance to the stadium for the general public will be through Gates A and D, which open at 11 a.m.

Concession stands on the lower level will be open for the practice, as will several Ravens team stores.

 

2 Raves on “RAVENS TO HOLD FREE TRAINING CAMP PRACTICE AT M&T BANK STADIUM

  1. Melvin K.Pulliam on said:

    When is this free practice? Is this in August of 2012? This is a real bonus because having a fiancee’ who is college student and two kids it is hard to afford the luxury of a real game, so I will take advantage of this! THANK YOU!

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