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The Ravens saw their first fight of training camp when receiver Kelley Washington and cornerback Evan Oglesby mixed it up on the field at McDaniel College.
Both players got tangled up on a play and proceeded to bark in each other’s faces after officials blew the whistle.
“We’re competing out there, and that’s what you want,” Washington said. “There is no bad blood. I’ve always been that type of player that talks or gets in a DBs’ face or does a dance. That has nothing to do with arrogance. It’s just to get us going.”
Washington has been one of the more vocal members of the offense, a position that is headed by Derrick Mason.
When he scored touchdowns in practice this week, Washington performed Ray Lewis’ iconic “Hot In Herre” dance in the end zone. Washington is also known for his “Squirrel Dance” when he gets in the end zone.