Looking for flashy training camp arrivals? They're fun and all, but you'll have to look elsewhere.
The Ravens squad didn't make any splashes this year, unlike some others around the NFL.
The Jaguars' Jalen Ramsey is one of the NFL's best young cornerbacks. The 24-year-old has gone to two Pro Bowls in his three seasons. On Wednesday, Ramsey rolled up in an armored truck because he's ready to "secure the bag" this season.
He even recruited YouTube/Instagram comedian HaHa Davis to announce his arrival.
On the other end of the spectrum, 33-year-old Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr arrived at the Under Armour Performance Center in the hotel shuttle usually reserved for rookies.
Carr owns the NFL's longest active streak of consecutive starts (176), but the "Iron Horse" and three-time NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee is content flying under the radar.
I'm looking forward to seeing these two different personalities interact when the Jaguars practice with the Ravens at the Under Armour Performance Center.
Also looking forward to seeing Ramsey give our quarterback some love. Remember this?
Wild training camp arrivals are popular for some players around the league. Check out how former Steelers, now Raiders, receiver Antonio Brown made his way into camp.
We have golf cart arrivals to practice.