A lot of Ravens fans probably agreed with columnist Mike Preston this morning -- and that doesn't happen very often. Preston tweeted:

The Ravens moved their training camp to the Under Armour Performance Center full-time in 2012. The last full training camp held at McDaniel College in Westminster was 2010.

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The Ravens trained in Owings Mills in 2011 because of the NFL work stoppage. In December 2011, the Ravens decided not to return to McDaniel.

While the Ravens have held single-day training camp practices since 2012 in Westminster, Annapolis and at M&T Bank Stadium, this year there will only be two practices outside of Owings Mills, both at M&T Bank Stadium. They will be held Monday and Aug. 6.

The Ravens worked with Baltimore County to add more parking spaces near their Owings Mills facitily to allow for more fans to attend training camp. They can accommodate about 1,250 fans a day now and those spots are available through an online drawing.

But it's still not Westminster.

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