Designed to focus on specific competitive cheer skills, Junior Ravens is the perfect camp for competitive cheerleaders! Participants will have the chance to perform at our annual Fireworks Night during Training Camp at M&T Bank Stadium (date TBD).
Junior Ravens is open to both teams and stunt groups. Participants must have prior cheer experience to include basic stunt technique. This camp will focus on team skills.
Bring your partner stunt group and get the most out of stunt instruction during camp*! Learn creative stunt entries, proper stunt and dismount technique, and a variety of dismounts and transitional stunts. Variations are available for all skill levels. Camp will also include instruction in cheer tumbling, dance, and competition performance.
This is your child's chance to learn what it takes to be a Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader!
While the players enjoy a break from football, Head Coach John Harbaugh and his staff will adjust and try to find ways to ensure everyone gets back up to speed upon return.
John Harbaugh Snubbed In NFL Coaches Ranking? In my book, John Harbaugh is easily a top-five NFL head coach, despite last season’s 5-11 finish. The folks at USA Today see it slightly differently, however, ranking Harbaugh No. 7 in their head coaches list behind the Patriots’ Bill Belichick, Seahawks’ Pete Carroll, Cardinals’ Bruce Arians, Vikings’ Mike Zimmer, Saints’ Sean Payton and Steelers’ Mike Tomlin, respectively. Harbaugh was “ snubbed ,” says Baltimore Beatdown’s Kyle P. Barber. On one hand, you have to give respect to each of the coaches ranked ahead of Harbaugh. Each has an impressive resume. And it’d be tough to argue against Belichick as the top dog seeing as he has four Super Bowl rings as a head coach and … well, do you even need to argue more? The man has won FOUR Lombardi Trophies. On the other hand, the list is all a matter of opinion and one could easily argue that Harbaugh should be ranked as high as No. 2. The same argument that folks use to prove quarterback Joe Flacco is elite is the same argument for Harbaugh: postseason wins. Since the two arrived in Baltimore together in 2008, the Ravens have the most playoff wins in the league with 10. The Patriots and Seahawks are tied for second place with eight. Harbaugh has led his team to three AFC title games and lifted the Lombardi Trophy after his Super Bowl XLVII victory. Other than Belichick, nobody in the top six of this list has more Super Bowl wins than Harbaugh, and he is the only head coach in NFL history to win a playoff game in six of his first seven seasons. “John Harbaugh has done the best possible job in the hardest division,” wrote Barber. “The AFC North has three established franchise quarterbacks. [It’s] the most difficult road to the playoffs when playing the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals twice in a season.” Below is USA Today’s write-up on the top-seven coaches. Where do you think Harbaugh ranks? 1. Bill Belichick, Patriots “Belichick is the greatest coach in NFL history. It’s not even debatable at this point. Other coaches have had bigger impacts on the game thanks to innovative schemes. … Schemes grow old and get replaced by the next big thing. The game is constantly evolving, and, somehow, Belichick always seems to be ahead of the evolutionary curve.” 2. Pete Carroll, Seahawks “No team plays harder than the Seahawks. … His overly-enthusiastic approach wasn’t supposed to work in the NFL, but it’s hard to argue with the results. The Seahawks have made the playoffs five times in Carroll’s six years as head coach.” 3. Bruce Arians, Cardinals “Is there a more aggressive coach in the league? Arians isn’t jumping on the dink-and-dunk trend most NFL offenses are now favoring. The Cardinals offense is going to attack defenses downfield and do it relentlessly. And that mindset has carried over to the defense. No team captures the personality of its coach more than Arizona. Arians also produces results. His teams have never won fewer than nine games, and that includes his 12-game stint as the Colts interim coach, when Indianapolis went 9-3.” 4. Mike Zimmer, Vikings “Zimmer is the most creative defensive play-caller in the league. And more importantly, he knows how to develop young talent.” 5. Sean Payton, Saints “There’s no offensive coach in the NFL better at creating favorable match-ups than Payton. That’s how the Saints offense remains in the top-half of the league without elite talent at the receiver position. While most other quarterbacks see their production fall off when their top targets go down, Drew Brees just keeps putting up 4,000-yard seasons.” 6. Mike Tomlin, Steelers “Tomlin might not be as hands-on when it comes the X’s and O’s as some other coaches on this list, but his players always play hard for him. And he’s done a good job handling his assistants. When he was given the job, Tomlin was smart enough to leave Dick LeBeau in charge of the defense instead of installing his own scheme. And the unpopular hire of Todd Haley has turned out to be a brilliant move.” 7. John Harbaugh, Ravens “Harbaugh deserves a pass for last year’s debacle. The Ravens sent an inordinate number of players to IR. It was only the second time the Ravens missed the playoffs in Harbaugh’s eight years in charge.” Joe Flacco Trending Friday If you’re a Ravens fan, Twitter was a fun place to be on Friday. That’s because the @NFL account started a #FlaccoFriday trend, and @ Ravens , along with thousands of fans, joined in. The Ravens franchise quarterback has been on the sideline since November, so it was nice to be reminded of his big arm and sweet postseason resume. Only 2 QBs in NFL history have thrown 11 TDs & 0 INT in a single postseason: Joe Montana & Joe Flacco. #FlaccoFriday pic.twitter.com/CDa0qip1Un — NFL (@NFL) May 28, 2016 Joe Flacco on the move... Going DEEEEEEP. Got 'em. #FlaccoFriday https://t.co/QTSxbgHcYm — NFL (@NFL) May 28, 2016 Sometimes... He'll just take care of business on his own. #FlaccoFriday https://t.co/qqYkVgO7H5 — NFL (@NFL) May 27, 2016 That one time Joe Flacco caught a 43-yard pass... And made it look effortless. #FlaccoFriday https://t.co/DRzK6so71K — NFL (@NFL) May 27, 2016 Tossing TDs. In the @SuperBowl . NBD. #FlaccoFriday https://t.co/dM50IBScOO — NFL (@NFL) May 27, 2016 Flacco's got WHEEEEEELS! #FlaccoFriday https://t.co/8y8aDDirXL — NFL (@NFL) May 27, 2016 Never forget. #FlaccoFriday pic.twitter.com/QLvMVn0Hoj — Baltimore Ravens (@ Ravens ) May 28, 2016 Can Michael Campanaro Stay Healthy Enough To Make Team? Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro has always shown huge potential when he’s on the field. But there’s ability, and then there’s availability. Campanaro has been plagued by injuries since he was drafted in the seventh round of 2014. A hamstring injury hampered his rookie season, and he landed on injured reserve last year with a herniated disc. He missed the first week of Organized Team Activities (OTAs) last week with a calf strain. “Third-year wide receiver Michael Campanaro will have a difficult time making the Ravens in 2016 if he does not stay healthy. He is not off to a good start,” wrote CSNMidAtlantic.com’s Clifton Brown. “Campanaro could help the Ravens as a returner, but so can [Keenan] Reynolds and [Kaelin] Clay. The Ravens have been waiting for Campanaro to show he can remain healthy. If that does not happen during training camp, it might be too late.” For the record, Harbaugh doesn’t seem to have lost faith in Campanaro. There’s still plenty of time this summer to prove he can stay on the field. “I’ve just never seen a guy work as hard as this guy has worked in the last year and a half,” Harbaugh said Thursday. “There will be a time he will get past this stuff. This stuff will stop happening and hopefully it’s training camp, and that’s what we’re hoping for him. The guy works tremendously hard and he was in phenomenal shape, and we’re still expecting really good things from him.” So Far, So Good For Webb’s Transition Media got its first glimpse at Lardarius Webb ’s transition from cornerback to safety during OTAs last week. So far, so good, says Brown in the video below. There are three things that Brown believes Webb has going for him: 1) He’s an eight-year veteran with plenty of experience in the secondary, which bodes well for a position switch. 2) He played safety in college, so he’s not completely new to the role. 3) He has Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle playing next to him to help guide the way. Your browser does not support iframes. Perriman’s Father Is Improving What a relief it is to see tweets from wide receiver Breshad Perriman indicating that his father’s health is improving as he continues his recovery from a stroke suffered earlier this month. We hope this is the beginning of a much better year for Perriman, who had a rough time both on and off the field recently. In addition to the health scare with his father, Perriman lost his good friend and Ravens cornerback Tray Walker in a motorcycle accident. He also didn’t play his rookie year because of a knee injury. But his knee looks 100 percent healthy now and his father is on the up and up. I couldn’t be happier for Perriman and hope the string of good news continues. My Ol boy is starting chapter 2 today! He's leaving the hospital and on his way to a rehab center. Full recovery coming soon!! #sup — Breshad Perriman (@B_Perriman11) May 27, 2016 Still a long road ahead of him but with faith and prayers he will make a full recovery in no time. #letsworkpops #hardbody — Breshad Perriman (@B_Perriman11) May 27, 2016 Not A Bad Day For Keenan Reynolds What a weekend for sixth-round rookie Keenan Reynolds. Graduate from the United States Naval Academy? Check. Be cleared by the Secretary of Defense to play in the NFL? Check. Sign your rookie contract? Check. Add in a sponsorship with one of the biggest apparel companies in the world? Check. “ Not a bad day ,” tweeted The Baltimore Sun’s Jeff Zrebiec. In addition to his deal with the Ravens , Keenan Reynolds also signed endorsement deals with Under Armour and Panini — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) May 27, 2016 Congratulations, Keenan Reynolds! pic.twitter.com/ICGaf0MgoQ — NFL (@NFL) May 27, 2016 Quick Hits Reynolds deal leaves third rounder Bronson Kaufusi as Ravens only unsigned pick. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) May 27, 2016 @ ravens #stevesmithsr #playlikearaven #Ravennation https://t.co/GElccfoXLI pic.twitter.com/Tik0M6XTFs — Steve Smith Sr. (@89SteveSmith) May 30, 2016 Spending the day relaxing, kayaking and fishing on Lake Ontario. There's a math book on the shore though! pic.twitter.com/nhQF5revb6 — John Urschel (@JohnCUrschel) May 29, 2016 Highest offseason grades from PFF: A: Jaguars, Raiders A-: Bears B : Bills, Browns, Eagles, Ravens Details here: https://t.co/pIRzF9NOR9 — Pro Football Focus (@PFF) May 29, 2016 @ Ravens #PLAY60 Grant applications are due this Tuesday! Don't miss out on this opportunity to receive funding! https://t.co/9XQjPNEfGF — Ravens Community (@RavensCommunity) May 27, 2016
Constellation, a leading competitive retail energy supplier, joined the Baltimore Ravens to flip the switch on a new 400-kilowatt (DC) solar generation project today at the team’s headquarters and training facility in Owings Mills, Md. Constellation provides energy services to the team.
Constellation , a leading competitive retail energy supplier, joined the Baltimore Ravens to flip the switch on a new 400-kilowatt (DC) solar generation project today at the team’s headquarters and training facility in Owings Mills, Md. Constellation provides energy services to the team and is the ...
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice returned to the Under Armour Performance Center Wednesday, this time in an advisory role. The team brings in speakers from all walks of life and experiences to educate their new, young players. Who better to speak to the potential peaks and valleys of an NFL ...
The NFL’s decision regarding the Ravens ’ use of pads during rookie minicamp was handed down Thursday afternoon. The Ravens will forfeit next week’s Organized Team Activities (OTAs) June 1-3, and the organization and Head Coach John Harbaugh have been fined. “We made a mistake and we are sorry for ...
Head Coach John Harbaugh took full responsibility for the Ravens ’ CBA infraction by practicing in full pads during rookie minicamp. The team will have to figure out how to adjust and overcome, but it won’t have a major bearing on the season’s outcome.