On July 25, the first team practice will occur. From that time until camp breaks, there will be a lot of hard work and long, hot days.
When camp breaks, the Ravens will not be a finished product. But it's important for the team to identify goals or questions that need to be addressed in order to get the most out of training camp. Otherwise, the players are just beating up on each other in strenuous heat for no reason.
The core of the team is in place. Veterans who have moved on have been replaced by players who may turn out to be better or worse than their predecessors. We don't know yet and probably won't know for a couple of years.
The Ravens are one of the few teams that, at least on the surface, doesn't have a lot of major issues to sort out during camp. Their head coach, coordinators and quarterback are clearly defined.
Maybe the biggest thing Baltimore needs to do is to stay motivated despite its recent Super Bowl Championship.
As far as Ravens fans go, here are five storylines they should keep an eye on during training camp.