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The Baltimore Ravens are owned by Steve Bisciotti the franchise’ President is Dick Cass, General Manager is Ozzie Newsome and the Ravens head coach is John Harbaugh. All home games are played ta M&T Bank Stadium and the Baltimore Ravens became an established team in 1996 as part of the AFC North Divisin. Team colors are purple, black, metallic gold and white, and the team fight song is “The Baltimore Fight Song”. The Ravens have won two league championships, two conference championships, 4 division championships as well as having 10 playoff championships. For their 2014 season the Ravens made multiple new acquisitions in the form of new players and management like hiring Marc Trestman as the new Offensive Coordinator. Their second-year defensive end Brent Urban is out for a minimum of 12-14 weeks with torn biceps, the injury happened during practice and Urban is hoping to be placed on the injured reserve list so he could make a return after healing from his upcoming surgery. Head coach John Harbaugh is known for his tough training camps, not only physically tough but mentally tough as Harbaugh challenges the players in creative ways. The Ravens welcome new Offensive Coordinator, Marc Trestman who has previously worked for 10 NFL teams and says the Ravens are a highly competitive team who run a highly competitive practice with players citing the most difficult is the repetition and the length of time for practices that they find the hardest and most difficult to adapt to.
The multi-purpose football stadium that is located in Baltimore, Maryland and home to Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. The stadium is immediately adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home of the Baltimore Orioles. The facility is often referred to as “The Bank” and is one of the most praised stadiums in the NFL for the fan amenities, ease of access, concessions among other reasons. Originally known as Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards. Originally the facility had a natural grass surface that was replaced for the 2003 season and has never been restored to its original natural playing surface since then. Seating capacity for the facility is 71,008. The team played their first two years at Memorial Stadium until they moved to their new home and then in 2003, M&T Bank acquired naming rights to the stadium. The design for the stadium includes five levels, the lower bowl, club level, 300 suites level, 400 suites level and upper bowl. The Ravens are the stadiums primary occupants however the facility is known to host college football games, high school football games, there have even been their fair share of soccer and major league lacrosse played in the stadium. One more claim to fame is the stadium served as the home field for the fictional Washington Sentinels in the 2000 film The Replacements with Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman.