UPDATE (7/21): The Ravens’ open practice at M&T Bank Stadium today has been cancelled due to the inclement weather, the team announced.
The Baltimore Ravens will head to the team’s regular season home on Saturday to hold an open practice, the team announced today.
In addition to getting a look at the 2018 team and a chance to see highly touted rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, fans can enjoy games, autographs, post-practice fireworks and more.
Activities include a photo booth, inflatable obstacle course and football toss, face painting, tailgate games, Madden video game booth and football drills.
Autographs after the practice are limited to kids ages 6-14, who must first get a wristband at marked locations in the stadium concourse. The wristbands are first-come, first-served. But there will also be a chance for fans of all ages to get autographs from Ravens alums.
Gates open at 5 p.m., and practice is scheduled an hour later. Parking is available in Lots A, B, C, G and H, starting at 4 p.m., for $10.
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