Video: Ravens 20th Season Kickoff

As the Ravens kick off their 20th season, fans reminisce on franchise history.

By Baltimore magazine - August 21, 2015

Video: Ravens 20th Season Kickoff

As the Ravens kick off their 20th season, fans reminisce on franchise history.

By Baltimore magazine - August 21, 2015


For more on the Ravens' 20 years in Baltimore, pick up a copy of the September issue of Baltimore magazine, on newsstands now.







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