The Ravens' abbreviated summer vacation is just about over.
Most of the veterans had off for about a month from the end of minicamp on June 14 to the start of training camp on July 18. The rookies had two weeks.
But that didn't stop Baltimore's players from having a little fun while mixing in plenty of training.
Here's a look at what some Ravens (at least those who posted updates on social media) have been up to this summer:
Cornerback Marlon Humphrey took a trip to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, followed by a birthday stop-over in San Francisco with his family.
Defensive end Chris Wormley, who got married in May, took what appears to be his honeymoon in the Maldives, a tropical collection of islands in the Indian Ocean.
Tight end Nick Boyle married Kristina Garrera in Garfield, N.J. on June 29.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III hung out on Long Beach in California and did a lot of training.
Defensive tackle Michael Pierce went home to Daphne, Ala., to train, but also snuck in a side trip to Miami.
Wide receiver Willie Snead IV did a lot of training in Delray Beach, Fla.
Kicker Justin Tucker taught his 2-year-old son, Easton, the family business.
Outside linebacker Tyus Bowser hosted his first youth football camp at home in Tyler, Texas.
Rookie wide receiver Jordan Lasley trained on the beach in his hometown of Los Angeles.
Rookie defensive end Zach Sieler got back to his nature-loving ways with his M1009 truck.