Ravens begin camp hoping to rebound from injury-filled 2021

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The Baltimore Ravens held their first full-squad practice of training camp. They have extra reason to be motivated after only their second losing season of coach John Harbaugh’s tenure. They overcame a slew of injuries for a while before dropping their final six games to finish 8-9. Running backs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards and cornerback Marcus Peters — all of whom missed last season because of knee injuries — are on the physically-unable-to-perform list. So are tackle Ronnie Stanley, linebacker Tyus Bowser and safety Ar’Darius Washington.

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