The Baltimore Ravens' next training camp practice will be tomorrow (Friday, July 29) at 1 p.m. The entire session is open for video shooting and still photography. Following practice, head coach John Harbaugh, along with several key players, will address the media in a podium setting.
The remainder of camp (full schedule below) will feature one practice per day, and that will be open to media members. The Ravens will also typically hold walk-throughs on each of these days, however, those sessions are closed.
Below, please find the 2011 Training Camp Media Policy and Schedule:
Player Access: Select players will be made available in a podium setting on a regular basis. A list of players scheduled for the podium will be sent out every few days. Additionally, schedule-permitting, some players will be available for on-field interviews following practice. It is recommended that all interview requests be made at least 24 hours in advance and be submitted through Chad Steeleor Patrick Gleason.
*Note: Due to limited space and size constraints, there will be no open locker room media sessions during camp. *
Head Coach Access: Coach Harbaugh will be available at the podium after every practice, with the exception of days when the offensive, defensive and special teams coordinators address media members.
Assistant Coach Interviews: Assistant coaches will only be available in a podium setting. All three coordinators will speak at the podium every fourth day, while each position coach will be available at least once.
Photos and Video: Still photography and videotaping are only allowed during individual position drills or when players are entering the practice fields. (This includes the special teams' portion of practice.) *A reminder that this Friday's 1 p.m. practice will be open throughout its entirety for full video and photography shooting. *
Tactical Information: As consistent with the past, nothing can be reported that is of a tactical nature. This includes any information that can help an opponent prepare to play the Ravens. Formations, who is lining up where, who is rushing the quarterback (and from where), gimmick plays, etc. are included in tactical information.
Injuries: Injury information may not be reported unless the injury happens during the open portion of a practice.
Electronic and Battery-Powered Equipment: These, especially cell phones, may not be used on the field. Reporters can return to the media room for any updates they wish to report. For those who have iPad devices to take notes, these can be used after receiving clearance from a Ravens' PR official.