Ravens forfeit a week of off-season workouts after rules violation

Baltimore Coach John Harbaugh and wide receiver Keenan Reynolds watch a drill during rookie minicamp May 7.
(Patrick Semansky / Associated Press)

The Baltimore Ravens have forfeited one week of offseason practices for violating the labor agreement on such workouts.

The NFL also fined the team an undisclosed amount Thursday.

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When the Ravens had rookies and first-year players don pads at a mini-camp, it was a violation of the CBA rules. The team acknowledged that on Thursday, saying: “We made a mistake and we are sorry for that. We accept the NFL discipline.”


Baltimore’s June 1-3 voluntary workouts have been scrapped. The team will have OTAs on June 6-9 and a mandatory mini-camp June 14-16.


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