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As OTAs get underway, QB Lamar Jackson is again among Ravens' most interesting storylines

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

After a five-month wait, the Ravens are finally starting to get back to game speed.
Rookies and veterans will report Tuesday to the team facility in Owings Mills for the first of 10 days of voluntary organized team activities. No “live” contact will be allowed at the pad-free practices, but the Ravens will graduate from a walk-through pace to seven-on-seven, nine-on-nine and 11-on-11 drills. Wednesday's practice will be the first of three open to local media over the next three weeks, offering the best look at the team since its 2021 season ended short of the playoffs.
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