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Ravens go home again for final open practice

OWINGS MILLS - The Ravens were back at their old stomping grounds Sunday for the final of their three open practices during training camp.
The practice was held at Stevenson University's Mustang Stadium. The stadium has only been around since 2011. But from 1996 until October of 2004, the land was the site of the Ravens' team headquarters.
Baltimore's team headquarters has been in its current location since relocating in 2004.
Only two players actually part of the team prior to the move - outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and wide receiver Brandon Stokley. But more so than anything nostalgic Sunday, the practice provided the final opportunity for fans to see the defending Super Bowl champions practice leading up to the season.
Fans had to win tickets through a lottery because of limited seating at Stevenson, but the 3,500 or so fans in attendance seemed to enjoy the practice. And then after practice, players signed autographs for children between the ages of six and 14 in a special area.
"[This is a] great environment," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said after practice with kids screaming for autographs several yards away. "You can hear the kids over there. ... It was just a great night for football ... and we also got some good work."

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