Ravens have massive turnout at first day of voluntary OTAs

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The Baltimore Ravens are hungry. They’re looking to make their first Super Bowl appearance since the 2012-2013 season, where quarterback Joe Flacco led them to the second Super Bowl championship in franchise history.

At the start of 2021 voluntary organized team activities, the Ravens displayed their desire to get better by showing up in droves. The team had 80 players present at the first day of the workouts, which is a massive number.

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The NFLPA made sure that people knew that these workouts were voluntary, and thus they were not required to attend. However, it seems that many players wanted to get back into the building and get as much work in as they can before the 2021 season begins.

Every practice rep counts when it comes to preparing for an NFL season. Having such a high turnout, especially on the first day of OTAs, is a very promising sign for a team that is looking to take the next step and bring a Super Bowl trophy back to Baltimore. The Ravens know that they can be great if they put the work in, and they’ve already shown that they’re going to do everything they can to get in full football shape, improve technique, and build chemistry for the weeks and months ahead.