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Baltimore Ravens Announce Three Open Practices Off Site: Navy, M&T Bank Stadium, and Stevenson

June 18th, 2013 at 9:00 AM
By Josh Michael

The Baltimore Ravens franchise is certainly one of the more respected teams in football, and especially when it comes to reaching out to their fans. For the second consecutive year, the Ravens will hold open practices at Navy, M&T Bank Stadium and Stevenson University.

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After the strong showing and support from fans last year, it would have been a surprise for the Ravens to not continue this mini-tradition, we will call it.  It provides fans with a great opportunity all over the eastern part of Maryland to catch a glimpse of the Super Bowl Champions in action.

What's the best part of this for Ravens fans? All three practices are free to attend and open to the public.

Baltimore will head to Navy in Annapolis, MD on August 4 for their first of these three practices. Navy's Navy-Marine Corp Memorial Stadium can hold upwards of 34,000 people.

Fans will get to attend the second of these three open practices at the Ravens home, M&T Bank Stadium on August 11.

Finally the three stop tour will come to a conclusion at Stevenson University on August 18 at Mustang Stadium. Seating at Mustang Stadium is limited and although it is still free to attend, only a certain number of fans will be selected through a lottery orchestrated on the Ravens official website.

Some fans may already be familiar with the lottery style format to attend training camp practices because Baltimore hosts 13 open practices at their headquarters in Owings Mills, but the complex can only accommodate 200 fans, so the lottery is used for those practices as well.

Baltimore is set to officially start training camp practices on July 25, and the final deadline for all lottery submissions is July 1.


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