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NFL Team Punished For Violating Offseason Workout Rules

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An NFL franchise has been punished for violating the league's offseason workout rules. The league announced the punishment this afternoon.

The Baltimore Ravens have been punished under the collective bargaining agreement for violating the NFL's offseason workout rules.

Baltimore is being forced to forfeit two organized team activity days. They'll take those days on June 7 and June 8.

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has also been punished via a fine.

"The Baltimore Ravens will forfeit two Organized Team Activity (OTA) days (June 7 and 8), and both the club and head coach John Harbaugh have been fined under the Collective Bargaining Agreement for a violation of the offseason workout rules," the NFL announced.

Here's the full announcement:

The Ravens have released the following statement:

Baltimore opens the 2018 season on Sept. 9 against Buffalo.