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Baltimore is going to throw a parade for Hall of Famer Ray Lewis

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Image via Ray Lewis’ official Facebook page.

Linebacker Ray Lewis began his half-hour Hall of Fame induction-cum-motivational hype speech in Canton, Ohio by shouting: “Baltimore! Baltimore! We in the building, baby!”

It was indicative of the former Raven’s relationship with the city: Lewis played the entirety of his 17-year career here, bringing home two Super Bowls. And while that love affair was tarnished with murder charges in 2000, after which the city and organization stood by him, and his more recent hypocrisy on the anthem protests, after which many did not, the bond between Lewis and Baltimore has remained unbroken.

Ravens will release more training camp parking passes this afternoon

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Photo via the Baltimore Ravens.

The Baltimore Ravens are inviting more fans to attend training camp, releasing additional parking passes to the public at 3 p.m. today.

UPDATE: Today’s Ravens practice at M&T Bank Stadium has been cancelled

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Photo via Wikimedia Commons

UPDATE (7/21): The Ravens’ open practice at M&T Bank Stadium today has been cancelled due to the inclement weather, the team announced.

The Baltimore Ravens will head to the team’s regular season home on Saturday to hold an open practice, the team announced today.

Ravens slash concession prices, making some beers as cheap as $5 (!)

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Joining teams like the Atlanta Falcons and our very own Baltimore Orioles, the Baltimore Ravens announced today they are cutting prices on 21 food and beverage options at M&T Bank Stadium.

The move also includes 12 oz. cans of Bud Light and Miller Lite for the very reasonable price of $5. Domestic draughts and 16 oz. domestic cans go from $8.50 to $7, and premium brews of the same size go from $9.50 to $8. Spirits go down one dollar, to $9.

It’s still cheaper to tailgate of course, but think of it this way: It’s now easier on the wallet to keep riding your pregame buzz.

Event Pick: The Ravens host Draft Fest to celebrate the team’s past, present and future

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Image via Facebook

The Baltimore Ravens made waves Thursday night when, after selecting University of South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst with the 25th overall pick, they traded back into the first round to take versatile University of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Reports: Ravens expected to sign WR Ryan Grant

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Ed Sheahin/PressBox

By Bo Smolka

Not long after agreeing to sign free-agent wide receiver John Brown, the Baltimore Ravens also agreed to a deal with former Washington Redskins wide receiver Ryan Grant, the first two moves in an effort to transform the team’s wide receiver corps.

Ravens release RB Danny Woodhead, RT Austin Howard

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Running back Danny Woodhead. Photo by Sabina Moran/PressBox

By Bo Smolka

The Ravens announced March 13 that they released veteran running back Danny Woodhead just one year into a three-year deal, as they look to free up cap space and revamp their offense.

Ravens, Bears To Play In 2018 Hall Of Fame Game

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By Bo Smolka

The Baltimore Ravens will face the Chicago Bears in the annual preseason Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, Aug. 2, as part of the festivities leading to the enshrinement of linebacker Ray Lewis and the rest of the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame class two days later.

Steve Bisciotti: Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome Will Retire After 2018 Season

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Credit: Sabina Moran/PressBox

By Bo Smolka

Change is coming at the top of the Ravens’ organization, but not until next season.

Justin Tucker Shows Off His Pipes, Wins NFL Talent Show on CBS

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Tucker sings “Ave Maria.” Still via CBS/Twitter.

We all know Justin Tucker can sing with the best of them, and now he’s got an award to show for it.

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