Now that USA futbol mania is finished (and boy, was it a shame to see Bob Bradley's boys fall on Saturday in a game they probably should have won), we can move on to NFL football.
We're less than a month away from the start of training camp, so dust off your favorite jersey, break out the sunscreen, and start studying the Ravens' training camp roster.
It's a roster that has seen a few new names added throughout the offseason, although almost all of the fresh faces have come in the last few weeks.
For the first 90 days of free agency, the Ravens signed just one veteran free agent - defensive lineman Cory Redding. Since the calendar his hit June, however, the Ravens have been one of the busiest teams in the league.
This month, GM Ozzie Newsome has turned up the heat on football's version of the Hot Stove, inking four free agents: kicker Shayne Graham, safety Ken Hamlin, quarterback Marc Bulger and cornerback Walt Harris.
Three of those signings (Hamlin, Bulger and Harris) came last week; actually, the deals were completed on three consecutive days.
Add in the fact that the Ravens have signed three of their draft picks within the last week, and it's been a busy time of late for those at The Castle.
The Ravens knew they had some spots on their roster that needs to be bolstered through free agency, and while they didn't make any big splashes immediately once the free agent period began, they've added proven veterans as the summer has gone on.
The Hamlin and Harris deals add depth to a secondary filled with injury issues, while Bulger and Graham are proven veterans whose signings indicate how close the Ravens think they are to a title.
The period between minicamps and training camp is supposed to be the one of the quietest parts of the calendar from an NFL front office perspective. The draft is over, most of the quality unrestricted free agents have found a team, and the bulk of a squad's roster is in place.
But Newsome and company aren't taking any vacations right now. They're adding experienced pieces to fill out the roster and set them up for what they hope is a long playoff run.