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Ravens training camp 2021: Post-practice Day 7

Stars of today’s practice include. . .

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The last day of practice before Thursday’s their second day off featured a lot of situational reps. According to Ravens Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman, the team worked on a lot of third down situations.

Player of the Practice

WR Deon Cain

Cain’s performance these past few days has been in line with wide receiver James Proche’s highlights. For the second-straight practice, Cain has won a rep against cornerback Marlon Humphrey for a 35-yard reception. He caught a few more passes on the day, too.

QB Tyler Huntley

Really rough practice today. The offensive line did little to help as the rush swarmed him on many occassions but three interceptions in a 15-minute period was ugly. Huntley performed well last week but has struggled the past couple days.

CB Anthony Averett

The first great rep by a defender in the one-on-one drills between pass catchers and defenders came from Averett sticking hip-to-hip against Jaylon Moore. At no point was Moore a yard apart from the cornerback. Later on, Averett was the first to intercept quarterback Tyler Huntley.

CB Marlon Humphrey

The Cain reception was one of the only plays Humphrey “lost.” He also produced the second interception on Huntley.

DeShon Elliott

Adding insult to injury was Elliott, who saw a good bounce on a deflection from safety Chuck Clark land in his arms. Elliott took it back the other way for a defensive touchdown, capping off an excellent performance from the Ravens defense.

OL Ben Powers

Unfortunately, Powers was victimized by defensive end Chris Smith. Powers lost the rep significantly, falling backward and hitting the ground.

LB Chris Board

Not sure if the offense was working on finding zones in coverage specifically, but Board allowed back-to-back receptions in his zone/area during 7-on-7. If it was purposeful playcalling to find soft spots, then disregard this.