The Ravens hosted 10,321 fans Saturday night at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, MD.
The biggest storyline from the night was former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds making his return to the Naval Academy, this time as a wide receiver.
Reynolds seemed very comfortable in his old stomping grounds. He caught a 30-yard touchdown among several other big plays.
"He had a big night, coach Harbaugh said. I saw his confidence shift to another gear here [and] I guess I can see why. He's pretty comfortable here."
Heading into Saturday night's practice, the Ravens asked Reynolds to speak to the team about the history of the Naval Academy.
"Just talking to them about the tradition and history of this place and the men and woman that have come through this institution, Reynolds said. It's an honor to be an alumnus."
Reynolds was noticeably the first one out on the field at the start of practice.
"Oh man, it felt like Saturday game day, Reynolds said. [I] had to calm down warming up, I didn't want to get too crazy, get gassed before practice even started."
"It was a great place to have one of my better practices as a Raven. It was only right."
Reynolds holds the NCAA Divison 1 record 88 career touchdowns and an FBS record of 4,559 rushing yards as a QB. The Naval Academy also retired his jersey number 19.
Former Navy QB Keenan Reynolds made his return to the Naval Academy, this time in a different uniform. Very popular guy pic.twitter.com/bEjLUP2BfB— Lisa Redmond (@LisaARedmond) August 6, 2017
Other notes from Saturday night's practice:
-Justin Tucker hit a 54-yard field goal (per usual).
-Coach Harbaugh still doesn't have a time frame for Flacco's return. He does know he is getting better everyday.
-Ravens first-round pick Marlon Humphrey did not practice Saturday, his third straight missed practice. Humphrey was practicing on the sideline with a trainer.
-WR Breshad Perriman also missed another practice with a hamstring injury.