Not even Hurricane Sandy can stop the Ravens from working. At least not yet.
Players and coaches met in the Under Armour Performance Center Monday morning going about meetings as usual, and they'll hold practice indoors this afternoon.
Practice is scheduled to conclude around noon, which is when players are permitted to go home. Coaches will stay behind to work on the game plan for the Cleveland Browns.
Other team employees and reporters were encouraged not to come into the building.
Head Coach John Harbaugh will hold his typical Monday press conference at 2 p.m. via conference call. He'll give updates then about how Hurricane Sandy is impacting the team.
Players have tweeted about the hurricane this morning and throughout the weekend:
Practice...Sandy can't stop us from working haha — Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) October 29, 2012
Alright well if we get hit feel free to bring food and board games to my crib! — Tandon Doss (@Tandondoss) October 29, 2012
Hurricane Sandy is also affecting non-football Ravens operations.
Tonight's 13th Annual Goodwill Gridiron Halloween Party has been cancelled. The party, hosted by Michael Oher, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta, was scheduled to be held at Dave & Busters in the Arundel Mills Mall.
RaveTV also will not be airing a new episode of 1 Winning Drive tonight. BaltimoreRavens.com will continue giving you the latest news as long as there's power, so stay tuned.