With NFL coaches being granted permission by the league to return to their team facilities on Friday, the Baltimore Ravens have done just that.
Monday morning marked the first time in nearly three months the Ravens' coaches have assembled at the Under Armour Performance Center.
"The total number of employees allowed back in the facility is capped at 100 and the Ravens have far fewer," Ravens.com reporter Ryan Mink reported Monday morning.
The coaches will return intermittently over the next two weeks for a variety of team meetings. As Mink pointed out, the team has been doing virtual meetings with players and personnel since COVID-19 shut facilities down in March.
The rest of the AFC North -- Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh -- welcomed their coaches back to their respective facilities on Friday.
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Baltimore Ravens coaching staff return to training facility originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington