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Baltimore Ravens won't hold joint practices during 2016 season

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The Baltimore Ravens have announced via Twitter that the team will not hold a joint training camp practice in 2016. The Ravens have been part of those sessions in the past couple of years with the San Francisco 49ers in 2014 and the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2015 season.

The Ravens obviously feel at this point in time that this decision is what is best for the team. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh now has an opportunity to hold training camp practices at his own pace as Ravens players can get a better feel of what is required of them over the course of the 2016 season. Harbaugh doesn't have to worry about what the other team thinks and accommodating to their style of play.

Harbaugh's style has worked which is part of the reason why the Ravens still lead the NFL in playoff wins with 10 since 2008.