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Ravens Training Camp Observations: M&T Bank Stadium Edition

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The Ravens squad makes the trek down today from their Summer home in Owings Mills to Downtown Baltimore.

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Today is an exciting day for Maryland-area residents, as the Ravens are taking over Downtown Baltimore tonight for their annual open practice at M&T Bank Stadium. There's more than just practice going on too, as there will be a fireworks and laser show along with a post-practice autograph session for children. Ravens' cheerleaders, marching band, team mascot Poe, and live mascots Rise and Conquer will be there too.

Despite it being so early in the training camp process, the Ravens already have many questions surrounding them.

Secondary injuries are already becoming a pressing issue.

It's the worst kind of Déjà vu for the Ravens, as last year's secondary woes due to injuries held the Ravens back from a potential Lombardi Trophy run.

Fans should keep a close eye on the secondary players tonight. With new additions like Kyle Arrington, Kendrick Lewis, and Cassius Vaughn expected to 'stop the bleeding' that the loss of Elam brings.

The practice is open to the public, and our very own Editors Matthew Stevens and Daniel Park will be in attendance to watch the proceedings in Baltimore. Keep your devices locked in to this page, as I'll be updating it with reports live from our team in Baltimore.

Tonight's drills.

Looks like some Dom Pérignon is on the house tonight.