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RAVENS INK FIVE-YEAR CAMP DEAL WITH WESTERN MD
Published March 19, 1997
The Ravens and Western Maryland College reached a five- year deal to hold the Ravens' summer training camp at the campus through 2001, according to Sheridan Lyons of the Baltimore SUN. The deal includes improvements to fields and facilities at the campus, with the Ravens paying "about two- thirds of the cost." Ravens Dir of Information Robert Eller said the improvements will cost the team about $250,000 (Baltimore SUN, 3/19).