The Ravens will hold training camp at their home facility in Owings Mills, Md., instead of training at McDaniel College because of uncertainty surrounding the lockout.
In a press release issued on Wednesday afternoon, Bob Eller, the team's vice president of operations, said that there was just too much to coordinate in not enough time if camp was to be held at McDaniel again in 2011.
"We're disappointed we won't be back at McDaniel and in Westminster this summer. We delayed the decision as long as we could," Eller said. "There are logistics that needed to be addressed now, including McDaniel's schedule, the hotel, the fields and other Ravens football functions. Right now, we don't know dates for camp, and we've been forced to make other plans.
"One of the main issues we have is the time it takes to move our entire football operation to Westminster and then bring it back to Owings Mills. Those are days we can't afford to lose as our team prepares for the season in what has become a condensed time period," Eller added.
McDaniel College has been the Ravens' training camp site since the franchise started in 1996. Last summer, over 110,000 fans attended the open practice sessions.