Ravens news: Marcus Peters, Marlon Humphrey caught fishing
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Marcus Peters, Marlon Humphrey seen fishing in nearby pond from practice facility

Baltimore Ravens

The 2020 full-roster training camps have already commenced for the heavily-favored Baltimore Ravens. However, it doesn’t mean that the players won’t be able to get some much-needed R&R. Cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Marlon Humphrey, along with safety DeShon Elliott all joined in on the fun by the pond. You know, fishing.

The Ravens’ Twitter account posted glimpses of the players’ fishing sessions:

The Ravens ended their 2019 regular season campaign with an impressive 14-2 record to reign supreme in the AFC North division. Many Ravens fans thought that could have been the year that they would be hoisting a Lombardi. However, their dominant form was eventually outplayed by the rampaging Tennessee Titans. A 28-12 loss on their home turf kicked the team out of the 2019 NFL playoff picture.

With a disappointing conclusion to their 2019 campaign, the Ravens are raring to strut their stuff in the gridiron next season. A large part of the team’s potential success will lie on the shoulders of the 2019 NFL MVP in Lamar Jackson. The former Louisville Cardinal will aim to improve his numbers last season in which he recorded 3,127 passing yards on 401 attempts and 36 touchdowns.

During the offseason, the team’s division rivals also geared up to dethrone the Baltimore-based team. The Ravens couldn’t afford to sit still and answered with some offseason moves of their own.

They have re-signed linebacker Matt Judon with a one-year franchise tender deal. They have also put big bodies around with former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell and former Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe. Ohio State Buckeye J.K. Dobbins and LSU Tiger Patrick Queen will also inject youthful presence to a veteran-laden team.

The Ravens are immensely hungry in their pursuit to win it all and give the franchise its third Super Bowl championship.