For the first time in recent memory, the Ravens made it through a full practice without losing a player to injury.
No one was carted off the field; there were no back injuries or concussions or hamstring pulls.
A handful of players continued to rest their previous ailments, but it was a clean morning today, which is something that should be celebrated considering the Ravens' previous luck in that department.
"You don't want everybody hurt before the season starts, so it's good that we have everybody healthy from this practice," cornerback Chris Carr said after the session.
Wide receiver Mark Clayton and rookie tight end Ed Dickson both sat out today's morning session as a precaution.
Clayton has been battling a sore ankle, but he said he fully expects to play in the Ravens' upcoming preseason game against the Redskins.
"My ankle was a little sore," Clayton said. "Just chill, take some mental reps. I'll play Saturday."
Dickson, who has put together a very impressive camp, suffered a groin injury in yesterday afternoon's special teams practice and was held out of this morning's session by head coach John Harbaugh.
"It's alright, they just want to be cautious and make sure I'm ready to go," Dickson said. "I'll be good."
Like Clayton, Dickson said he should be good to play on Saturday.
"It's a long season," Dickson said. "They don't want to have me out early, so they just take precaution. Coach Harbs just told me 'Take it easy. If you're hurting, just go ahead and get that right.' I'm definitely trying to get this right and be ready to go."