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Ravens announce all 2018 Training Camp passes claimed within hours

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After the one-year hiatus of fans not being allowed to attend training camp (due to heavy construction and building renovations to the Under Armour Performance Center), fans are thrilled to return! In fact, it took only ‘a matter of hours’ for all passes to be claimed by the general public at 11:00 AM on Monday.

We were thrilled to see the overwhelming response from our fans yesterday,” Ravens Vice President of marketing Brad Downs said. “There is a lot of excitement surrounding this year’s training camp and team, and we look forward to creating a special experience for fans when they visit practice in Owings Mills.”

In 2012, the Ravens were only capable of hosting 200 fans for their first-ever open training camp. Now, they will heavily outnumber this, only six years later.

Exciting reminder for the fans who missed out on attending a practice at the Under Armour Performance Center, you can still attend Fireworks Night at M&T Bank Stadium on July 21. I’ve personally attended Training Camp twice now, and Fireworks Night is certainly one of my favorite practices to attend. The players feed from the energy of the crowd, you get to watch a full NFL practice and the stadium experience brings about a great memory to all.