Kelley Washington didn't have to make much of an adjustment to John Harbaugh's demanding training camp this summer after spending his last two NFL camps with Bill Belichick and the Patriots. As difficult as this one may be, the Ravens' new receiver said Belichick's is a little tougher.
"I would say New England's is probably a little bit tougher just because they start out with two-a-days, probably for the first two weeks, in full pads. There's no shells," Washington said. "You don't even think about shells until the regular season. It's all full pads. That's how coach Belichick runs his organization."
The Westminster portion of the Ravens' camp concludes on Saturday. After Monday night's game against the Jets, the Ravens return to the Castle in Owings Mills for their final three weeks of preparation.