Baltimore Ravens newcomer Calais Campbell did not follow the traditional path after being traded from Jacksonville last week
DAVID GINSBURG AP Sports Writer
March 26, 2020, 10:08 PM
5 min read
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — If this was a typical NFL offseason, Baltimore Ravens newcomer Calais Campbell would have taken his physical at the team facility, signed his contract extension within the building and introduced himself at a news conference attended by general manager Eric DeCosta and coach John Harbaugh.
The state of a world dealing with the deadly new coronavirus changed all that.
Campbell, a five-time Pro Bowl defensive end, was in Arizona last week when he learned of the trade that sent