John Har­baugh chooses rest over prac­tice dur­ing bye week

Ravens en­ter break with 4-5 record

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— With his team on a three-game skid, head coach John Har­baugh said Mon­day the Bal­ti­more Ravens will not prac­tice dur­ing the bye week.

“I know that we’re bet­ter off rest­ing at this point,” he said. “I think our guys have been hard at work at it through a long train­ing camp, and it will be good for us to get an op­por­tu­nity to get off our feet and get our legs back, so I’m look­ing for­ward to that. There will be treat­ment, ob­vi­ously, through­out the course of the week with the guys who need it, and the rest of the play­ers will be away. The coaches will be work­ing through the week.”

The Ravens had the long­est train­ing camp in the NFL and played five pre­sea­son games. They also have one of the later bye weeks. Play­ers have been at it since July 19.

Bal­ti­more has dealt with a num­ber of in­juries in re­cent weeks,

OWINGS MILLS YOGA

Lil Lack Yoga Chair Yoga Class Qi Gong

in­clud­ing play­ing Sun­day’s loss to the Pitts­burgh Steel­ers with­out both start­ing tack­les. Har­baugh said he be­lieves all of the Ravens’ banged up play­ers should be able to re­cover fully by the time they host the Cincin­nati Ben­gals out of the bye week.

“I think all of our in­juries are along those lines. Then we’ll be look­ing at a few guys com­ing back po­ten­tially – Mau­rice Canady, maybe, guys like that,” he said. “This should be [ben­e­fi­cial]. The tim­ing is pretty good right now that way.”

Canady, a third-year cor­ner­back, is cur­rently on in­jured re­serve with a ham­string in­jury but could be des­ig­nated to re­turn next week.

Har­baugh said the Ravens held the usual post-game meet­ings on Mon­day and had player de­vel­op­ment sem­i­nar from 4 to 5 p.m. There were more meet­ings on Tues­day and some strength and con­di­tion­ing work. Play­ers will be off the re­main­der of the week. All list­ings must be sub­mit­ted in writ­ing. En­tries must in­clude dates and cost. List­ings will be edited, so be sure to in­clude a tele­phone num­ber for read­ers to call for in­for­ma­tion. To have your event listed, mail in­for­ma­tion to the Ce­cil Whig, P.O. Box 429, Elk­ton MD, 21922 or fax to 410-398-4044 or email jschatz@ce­cil­whig.com.

All list­ings must be sub­mit­ted by Tues­day of each week.

Chair yoga is prac­ticed seated on a chair or stand­ing us­ing the chair for sta­bil­ity and to aid with bal­ance. This is great class for any­one want­ing a gen­tle and safe prac­tice, and for those that are seated much of the day and look­ing for move­ment tech­niques that can be prac­tice through­out the work day. Pro­grams will take place ev­ery Wed­nes­day at 11 a.m. Suite 1, 2057 Pu­laski Hwy. North East. Reg­is­ter or con­tact Lil at www.Lil­lack.com or call 443-693-2193.

Qi Gong is a won­der­ful al­ter­na­tive to reg­u­lar ex­er­cise and a gen­tle way to stay ac­tive. Prac­tic­ing Qi Gong is a safe way to strengthen the body, re­duce stress, im­prove sleep, lower blood pres­sure and im­prove bal­ance. This an­cient Chi­nese form of ex­er­cise links gen­tle move­ments, breath­ing ex­er­cises and med­i­ta­tion to cul­ti­vate, chan­nel and bal­ance vi­tal en­ergy to keep you healthy. Pro­grams will take place ev­ery Wed­nes­day at 9:15 a.m. Suite 1, 2057 Pu­laski Hwy. North East. Reg­is­ter or con­tact Lil at www.Lil­lack.com or call 443-6932193

CE­CIL COUNTY PARKS & RE­CRE­ATION Dog Obe­di­ence

of the school year. Call 410-656-5125 to reg­is­ter or for more in­for­ma­tion.

Mid­dle School Movers Flag Foot­ball

Prac­tices will be held once a week, be­gin­ning the week of Septem­ber 17th at each mid­dle school. The fee for this pro­gram is $32 for the full 8 weeks. On the 4th week of play and again dur­ing the last week, stu­dents will be trans­ported by bus for a com­pe­ti­tion play date be­tween all Movers pro­grams at Calvert Re­gional Park. All ses­sions will be­gin im­me­di­ately af­ter school and will con­clude promptly at 4:30 pm. Call 410-656-5125 to reg­is­ter or for more in­for­ma­tion.

Yoga

Mon­day and Thurs­day evenings be­gin­ning in Septem­ber, Heather Bouchelle and Kathy He­im­burger will in­struct Yoga classes at the Ris­ing Sun Com­mu­nity Cen­ter.

YMCA

YMCA Youth Bas­ket­ball Pro­gram

First come first ser ve only. Open spa­ces will fill up quickly. Play­ers are taught bas­ket­ball fun­da­men­tals and given the op­por­tu­nity to demon­strate their learned skills in games. All play­ers are placed on teams within their ge­o­graphic school lo­ca­tion.

No phone-in reg­is­tra­tions are ac­cepted. For stu­dents 1st through 8th grades.

Teams prac­tice once a week in their com­mu­nity and play an eight-game sched­ule at the YMCA. Ev­ery player will re­ceive a New YMCA Bas­ket­ball Re­versible tank top.

New “Run with the Big Dawgs” sea­son end­ing tour­na­ment will be free for the older boys and girls di­vi­sions!!

Mem­ber Fee: $65; Non-Mem­ber Fee: $80. For more in­for­ma­tion call 410-392YMCA.

BAS­KET­BALL

Ris­ing Sun Mid­dle School Bas­ket­ball Fundraiser

The Tigers team, com­prised of teach­ers, prin­ci­pals and ad­min­is­tra­tors from Ce­cil County Pub­lic Schools, lo­cal law en­force­ment and elected of­fi­cials will be tak­ing on the Har­lem Wizards (some play­ers from the Har­lem Glo­be­trot­ters).

This fundraiser will take place at Ris­ing Sun High School on Fri­day, Oct. 19. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the game starts at 6:30 p.m. There will be food trucks, Kona Ice, raf­fles and sou­venirs for pur­chase.

The cost is $15 per ticket ahead of time and $18 at the door cash. Tick­ets can also be pur­chase on­line at: https://harlemwiz­ards.thun­der­tix.com/events/129197. There are only 600 tick­ets to­tal be­ing sold for this event! Get yours quickly.

(AP PHOTO/GAIL BUR­TON)

Bal­ti­more Ravens head coach John Har­baugh speaks at a news con­fer­ence af­ter an NFL foot­ball game against the Pitts­burgh Steel­ers on Sun­day in Bal­ti­more.

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