Several Ravens players return to practice on Friday

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The Baltimore Ravens are looking to bounce back in 2022 after a 2021 season in which they went through a massive amount of injuries. Many different players were sidelined for different amounts of time, including multiple stars who missed the entire year.

Baltimore has seen multiple players either leave or sit out training camp practices this year due to a multitude of different reasons. On Friday, a few different contributors missed practice, but they also saw several return in fullback Ben Mason, tight end Nick Boyle and outside linebacker Justin Houston and inside linebacker Josh Bynes.

Injuries can be common over the first few weeks of training camp, especially as things ramp up. Football is a physical game, so it’s unsurprising when injuries occur. However, Baltimore is doing multiple things differently during the 2022 offseason in order to prevent ailments as much as possible, with one change being practicing in the afternoon instead of the morning.

 

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire