The Ravens had their first of two joint training camp practices with the Washington Commanders on Tuesday in Owings Mills. Here’s what you need to know about the offense’s performance.


Did not participate: Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), tight end Isaiah Likely (undisclosed).

Limited: Running back J.K. Dobbins (undisclosed), wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot).

Notes: Dobbins and Bateman were again back at practice and in pads but limited to team drills and watched from the sidelines during practice. Stanley hasn’t practiced since last Thursday, which Harbaugh said is meant to limit his workload to protect the ankle that Stanley had surgery on last year. These practices are the closest thing many of the established starters will get to live gameplay before Week 1, as players can tackle but without taking players to the ground.

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Cornerback Marlon Humphrey said the joint practices are better than the preseason and give him an opportunity to learn from being put in bad positions. Humphrey said players like him, linebacker Roquan Smith, and safety Marcus Williams are “taking these days as if they are our two preseason games.”

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