ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens will hold their last workout open to the general public Monday night, when they practice at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.
It's free to watch practice, and it's a $10 fee per car to park at the stadium.
"We’re going to be a few days removed from having the opportunity to play the 49ers, but we’ll want to see assignments, be sharp, want to see the footwork be good, communication be crisp," coach John Harbaugh said. "You [want] to tie things together in a practice like that. It’s not going to be the most physical practice that we’re going to have, but we’d like it to be our sharpest practice.”
The Ravens open the preseason against the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday. There are three joint practices scheduled between the two teams over the weekend.
Training camp officially breaks for the Ravens on Aug. 15.