Ravens cancel Satuday’s open practice at stadium


Ravens fans anxious to get a look at Lamar Jackson won’t be able to do so tonight.

The team has canceled a free, open practice at M&T Bank Stadium that was set for Saturday night, citing a forecast that calls for heavy rain.

The development of Jackson, a first-round pick who likely will ascend to the starting job at some point and who will be on the field at times with Joe Flacco until that happens, will become one of the top NFL story lines throughout training camp. If Jackson can perform like he did at Louisville, he’ll be starting sooner than later.

if he can perform like he did at Louisville, Jackson also will become on of the most dynamic and exciting players in the NFL.

20 responses to “Ravens cancel Satuday’s open practice at stadium

  1. How many times has a pundit said if said player performs at the same he did in college, how great he’ll be in the NFL. Wash, Rinse and repeat.

  2. preface this with i am not a ravens fan. im a patriots fan. im not buying the hype. i watched what flacco did against us in 2010, 2012, etc. i know how good he can be when hes healthy. he was hurt the last 2 years, and when he was healthy last year he played really well in the second half of the year. he had absolutely nobody last year to throw to. hes got a ton of weapons now that are actually nfl caliber players. well see. the windows in college where jacksons fluttery throws got through, will be closed and nailed shut at the nfl level. those holes he found in college to run, will be filled with 300 lb guys with the fastest lateral movement hes ever seen.

  3. I’m guessing they caught wind of Belichick and co would be in the stands trying to learn something.

  4. vaphinfan says:
    July 21, 2018 at 1:06 pm
    I’m guessing they caught wind of Belichick and co would be in the stands trying to learn something.


    or maybe harbaugh decided to actually read the rule book and needed an extra day or two to finish it. i didnt say comprehend it, because we know how he doesnt.

  5. There is a very nice video showing Jackson dropping a perfect pass to an open receiver in practice.

    Keep in mind, its a practice and the defense did not look as if they were trying too hard.

    Before popping the bubbly, let’s wait until Jackson does this multiple times in a real game against NFL defenses that confound most of the starting NFL QBs.

  6. They had to cancel a practice. How soon til Harbaugh complains to the league that the weather is unfair?

  7. jackedupboonie says:
    July 21, 2018 at 4:33 pm
    Jackson right now has more upside in one pinkie than Flacco ever possessed

    If Lamar lasts over a decade at one of the hardest positions to fill in all of sports while winning Super Bowl MVP then that’s one impressive pinkie.

  8. Lamar Jackson will never make it in the NFL
    Remember he has to play Pittsburgh twice a year,plus only a handful of black QBs ever made it in the nfl,and he’s not Warren moon

  9. The Ratbirds canceled practice because someone caught wind that one of the Ratbirds employees might have voted for President Trump. Since3 that person was “offended”, practice was canceled in order to not offend the public since 100% of Baltimore people are left-wing.

  10. camsbiggestfan says:
    July 21, 2018 at 6:19 pm

    The NFL isn’t what it used to be. Canceling practice because of a little rain? Really? The NFL or at least the Ravens have really gotten soft.
    I’m in it. It isn’t “a little rain”. Go troll somewhere else.

  11. I am shocked at how many stupid comments get posted here, especially by fans of other teams apparently. The Ravens have the most talent since their SB season and they could easily make a run at Pittsburg to win the Division.

  12. Jackson is better than Vick was, Vick himself said it. Vick was a monster, both on and off the field. Jackson seems to have good character, and he’ll be tearing apart that sorry Pittsburgh defense for years to come. Like Tebow and Bortles did.

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