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Ravens sign quarterback who played for Jim Harbaugh

The Ravens are signing one of Jim Harbaugh's former quarterbacks but it isn't Colin Kaepernick.

Down to two quarterbacks in training camp, the Ravens have agreed to terms with indoor league quarterback David Olson.

With starter Joe Flacco expected to miss a week with a back injury, the Ravens had been in search of another option under center.

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Preston: Observations from first day of Ravens training camp

With Joe Flacco out for at least a week with a back injury, the Ravens have only two quarterbacks working camp, but they need to get another arm in soon just to take some snaps.

Matt Weiss, an offensive assistant coach, filled in as the third quarterback and he mishandled a lot of snaps during a recognition period with the defense.

The fumble-itis irritated Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs.

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Fans react to possibility of Ravens signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick

Since last year’s NFL preseason, when Colin Kaepernick sparked debate throughout the country by not standing during the national anthem, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has become a polarizing figure.

Some appreciate his outspoken approach to bring attention to social justice, and others view his actions as unpatriotic.

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First training camp practice ‘a little tiring’ for Ravens rookie cornerback Marlon Humphrey

Playing at Alabama under coach Nick Saban was probably no cakewalk, but even Ravens rookie cornerback Marlon Humphrey was a little surprised by his first training camp practice, which lasted almost three hours Thursday at the team’s headquarters in Owings Mills.

“A little tiring,” the 16th overall draft pick said of his debut. “I don’t know if we practiced three hours back in college, but it was fun.

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Running back Bobby Rainey feels like he is ‘back at home’ in second stint with Ravens

Running back Bobby Rainey has played three seasons for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and one each for the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants after never getting onto the field as a Ravens rookie. But returning to the organization that signed him as an undrafted free agent out of Western Kentucky in 2012 conjures a different feeling for the running back.

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Preston: No calm for Ravens before the gathering storm of a pivotal season

The Ravens entered one of their most important seasons needing a focused training camp.

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