According to details in the new NFL CBA, the Baltimore Ravens amongst 29 other teams now must report to training camp on July 28th -- 47 days before week one of the regular season.
"This makes the training camp reporting date more uniform across the league," ESPN's Adam Schefter stated in a recent report. "Teams used to be required to report to training camp 15 days before their preseason opener."
Alongside the new training camp report date, Schefter reported some new rules and regulations regarding how practices can operate.
"Under the terms of the new CBA, players are allowed to practice full speed in 'spiders and shells' on the fourth and fifth days of camp," Schefter said. "but they are not allowed to have a padded practice as they were under the old CBA."
"Day 6 in the new CBA is a mandatory day off before Day 7, the first day in pads -- which used to be Day 4 under the old CBA."
The Ravens open their regular season schedule against division rival Cleveland Browns, on September 13th at 1:00 p.m.
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