Since the second practice of the offseason, the Ravens have restricted reporters from using the microblogging service Twitter while on the field.
Anyone who wishes to use Twitter to send updates from practice can go to the media room but can't return to the field.
Asked about the Ravens' policy, coach John Harbaugh said, "There’s never been cell phones allowed out at practice, so it’s really no change in that sense. Just to be honest with you… I think it’s two things: I think it’s a little bit of a distraction, No. 1, for guys to be on phones, or phones to be ringing or anything while we’re practicing and, also, we just don’t want a running tally of what’s going on at our practice. It’s not something we’re interested in. Now, training camp – when it’s open to the public – that’s a different thing, it’s open. But now, it’s closed to the public, it’s open to the media, so it’s just not something that we think helps us.”
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