Ravens see every pass to open stadium practice claimed in under 24 hours

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The Baltimore Ravens will be welcoming fans back to training camp in 2021 after not being able to have fans at the practices last year. It’s an exciting time for both the team and the fans, as Ravens president Dick Cass said that he is “optimistically looking forward” to having people back at M&T Bank Stadium for this upcoming season.

One of the events where fans will be able to come out to M&T Bank Stadium and enjoy some football is during Baltimore’s open stadium training camp practice, which will take place on July 31st.

A statement released by the team was able to sum up just how popular the event was to fans, as the Ravens announced that tickets to the open practice had been fully claimed in under 24 hours.

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Baltimore’s senior vice president of marketing Brad Downs said that the team is “thrilled” to see the response from the fans. M&T Bank Stadium always put on a phenominal gameday experience, and that includes for the annual stadium practice.

Clearly plenty of fans are excited to see the the Ravens in-person, and it will be great for the players to be able to interact with people who are so passionate about the team. 2021 will be another year with a great turnout for Baltimore, not only during the open stadium practice, but also during the Ravens’ nine home games this year, assuming fans are allowed into “The Bank”.