Ravens’ Ben Cleveland, Jacob Breeland land on non-football injury list

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The Baltimore Ravens were able to wrap up signing their 2021 draft class on Wednesday, as offensive lineman Ben Cleveland and defensive back Brandon Stephens inked their rookie deals on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. However, that wasn’t the only piece of news to come out of Baltimore regarding a few of their players.

Jamison Hensley of ESPN took to Twitter to report that the Ravens had placed Cleveland and tight end Jacob Breeland on the non-football injury list.

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It would seem that both Cleveland and Breeland weren’t able to pass Baltimore’s notoriously tough conditioning test. The Ravens don’t take conditioning lightly, and have sent players home in the past for not coming in to training camp in shape. Their test speaks to that, as former Baltimore players have even given their two cents about the assessment, including Jihad Ward.

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Once Cleveland and Breeland pass their conditioning tests, they’ll be clear to practice with the team. The Ravens hold their players to a very high standard on the field and off of it, and that includes how well they keep conditioned during the offseason as well as in-season.