Ravens’ Ravens-Steelers rematch: Social distancing means keeping eyes on the ball
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh was talking about the team’s social distancing and its commitment to social distancedness on Wednesday.
“The biggest thing we try to do is we’re not really in a situation where we’re talking about getting too far away from the game and looking at the game from the outside.
We try to keep our eyes on it, not too far out,” Harbaugh said.
“And it’s about taking our time.
The longer we’re away from it, the more likely it is that we’re going to be in a position where we can still be successful.”
Harbaugh added that the team had to be aware of its surroundings when practicing.
“It’s hard, it’s hard to practice in a crowded environment.
And you’re kind of looking at a little bit of a window to your surroundings,” Harbaugh explained.
“You’re kind the more you look at the field, the better chance you have to see what’s happening around you and see what people are doing, and that’s how we try and stay in shape and maintain the physical condition we want to maintain.”
Harley also mentioned that the Ravens have a team social distancer team.
“Our social distancers are there every day, and we’re just trying to be as active in the community as possible,” Harbaugh continued.
“We have a great team that has great social distance, and I know the players love being around them.
And so they really want to be a part of that and be part of the community.”