Four members of Ravens organization to speak to media on Thursday

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The Baltimore Ravens kicked off their 2022 training camp on Wednesday with their first full-team practice as football is back in the air. Veterans reported to the team on Tuesday, with rookies reporting just a few days prior to that and getting a bit of extra work in before camp officially began.

Multiple members of the organization have spoken to the media over the first few days of media availability, and on Thursday three players will join head coach John Harbaugh at the podium in quarterback Lamar Jackson, center Tyler Linderbaum and outside linebacker Justin Houston.

Jackson will be heard from for the first time since mandatory minicamp, where there were many questions about his contract situation with the team, which currently remains unresolved. Houston will speak to the media for the first time since re-signing with Baltimore on a one-year deal to return for his second season in purple and black.