By Nick Shook
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With the opening of training camp comes the most dreaded moment on each football player’s calendar: the conditioning test.
Images of Albert Haynesworth repeatedly failing to complete a 300-yard shuttle drill (in 25-yard increments) in under 70 seconds immediately come to mind. But no worries, Ravens fans — it isn’t that serious.
Wallace joined the Ravens in the offseason on a two-year, $11.5 million deal after a forgettable stint in Minnesota. It is peculiar, though, that a receiver known for his top-end speed failed a conditioning test. He’ll get another shot to complete it later this week — which he’s expected to pass, according to the team’s Twitter account — and avoid any kind of repercussions, such as fines, running after practice or public embarrassment.