Instead of giving Ravens fans the game ball, head coach John Harbaugh should give them training camp in Westminster, Md. again.Harbaugh made a nice gesture after Saturday's win against Cleveland, and he presented fans with a game ball. He said the ball would be on display over at The Castle. The presentation was made to the fans because the Ravens finished the 2011 season undefeated at home.I'm sure fans appreciate this honor even though Harbaugh alienated quite a few of them when the Ravens announced several weeks ago they weren't going to have training camp in Westminster any longer.But if he really wanted to show how much he appreciates them he should re-open training camp in Westminster. According to Ravens president Dick Cass, it's not a money issue but a convience issue.Well, the Ravens sell out every game in Baltimore and they travel well. M&T Bank Stadium is also one of the loudest in the NFL. To put training camp back in Westminster might be the biggest tribute the Ravens could pay the fans.It basically comes down to Harbaugh. If he wants training camp in Westminster, he gets it. It is deserved.A game ball is nice, but training camp is where the game in this city becomes generational. Fans comes from different states. They plan their vacation time around training camp. Memories are made there.A game ball? How about handing Baltimore back its tradition.