Ravens DL Michael Pierce reports to training camp after absences from OTAs, minicamp

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The Baltimore Ravens are currently in the process of having their veterans report to 2022 training camp, with their first full practice scheduled for July 27th. It’s an exciting time around the facility as football is back in the air and the team will look to bounce back from a disappointing end of their 2021 campaign.

On Tuesday, Baltimore put out videos of many of their veterans walking into the team facility as they report for training camp. One of those players was defensive tackle Michael Pierce, who wasn’t present at both voluntary OTAs or mandatory minicamp for an undisclosed, yet excused reason.

Pierce was signed for his second stint with the Ravens after spending his first four years in the NFL in Baltimore. He’ll be a big part of Baltimore’s defensive line rotation, as he brings a run-stuffing prowess as well as a bit of interior pass rushing skill.

Here are some of the other videos of the Ravens’ veterans arriving to the facility.