Ravens, Commanders to have joint practices this summer

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There will be a little summer football action in the DMV this year.

The Ravens will host the Commanders for a pair of training camp practices on Aug. 15 and 16 this summer, according to multiple reports.

Baltimore and Washington will play a preseason game at FedEx Field on Monday, Aug. 21.

While the Ravens did not hold any joint practices last year, the club has previously hosted the 49ers, Rams, and Jaguars in Baltimore.

It’s the first time Washington will have joint practices since Ron Rivera became the club’s head coach in 2020.

4 responses to “Ravens, Commanders to have joint practices this summer

  1. This is not good for the Ravens as they will be practicing against was it essentially a AAA football team. They may get really overconfident putting to the Commanders over and over again.

  2. We always have joint practices with the Ravens..We always play them in preseason too…

  3. I like how its the Ravens hosting the Commanders yet the game is at FedEx field. Says a lot about their respective practice facilities.

  4. One thing is for certain. There won’t be a single fight at those joint practices.

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