Last month, the Ravens announced joint practices with the Los Angeles Rams before their Week 2 preseason contest. Fans are rather excited for this, due to the Michael Crabtree vs. Aqib Talib feud reaching a possible trilogy.
Earlier today, head coach John Harbaugh announced a second set of joint practices, this time against the Indianapolis Colts.
John Harbaugh details joint practices with Rams and Colts. pic.twitter.com/HrXuLZMGF3— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) May 5, 2018
The Ravens will spend some time in Indianapolis before their exhibition game as the time between their second and third preseason matchups spans eleven days.
This can only help the Ravens prepare for more diverse players, certainly if Andrew Luck is finally throwing the football. It will also be nice to hear other teams’ players discuss the Ravens roster, especially as so many are heralding the first-round pick, Lamar Jackson.