19 Facts About Baltimore Ravens

1. The Baltimore Ravens are known for their signature purple colored jerseys, as purple is the primary color.

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2. The Baltimore Ravens designated defensive back Maurice Canady to return from injured reserve Monday.

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3. The Baltimore Ravens need to win games, first and foremost, starting with Sunday's tilt against the rival Cincinnati Bengals.

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4. In January 2017, the Baltimore Ravens announced that it had cut ties with CSN Mid-Atlantic, as the network was cutting back on its day-to-day coverage of other teams in the region in order to focus more extensively on the Washington Capitals and Wizards—whose games are broadcast by CSN Mid-Atlantic, and whose owner holds a stake in the network.

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5. The Baltimore Ravens have 56 combined Pro-Bowl appearances from their first-round draft picks.

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6. In both 1996 and 2000, the Baltimore Ravens had two first-round draft picks.

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7. On September 13, 2018, the Baltimore Ravens debuted a new combination in a road game against the Cincinnati Bengals, wearing white jerseys with purple pants.

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8. On December 5, 2010, the Baltimore Ravens reverted to the black pants with the purple jerseys versus the Pittsburgh Steelers during NBC's Sunday Night Football telecast.

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9. In 1997 the Baltimore Ravens opted for a more classic NFL look with white pants sporting stripes in purple and black, along with the jerseys sporting a different font for the uniform numbers.

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10. Unlike the previous meeting, the Baltimore Ravens put up a strong offensive performance, leading by 14 points twice in the game.

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11. In Week 16, the Baltimore Ravens traveled to Houston to take on the Texans.

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12. On January 27, 2014, the Baltimore Ravens hired former Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak to be their new offensive coordinator after Jim Caldwell accepted the new available head coaching job with the Detroit Lions.

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13. The Baltimore Ravens scored a fine win at home against Denver in Week 5.

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14. In 2009, the Baltimore Ravens won their first three matches, then lost the next three, including a close match in Minnesota.

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15. The Baltimore Ravens were slated to face the Indianapolis Colts in the second round of the playoffs, in the first meeting of the two teams in the playoffs.

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16. In the 2005 offseason the Baltimore Ravens looked to augment their receiving corps by signing Derrick Mason from the Titans and drafting star Oklahoma wide receiver Mark Clayton in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

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17. In 2003, the Baltimore Ravens drafted their new quarterback, Kyle Boller, but he was injured midway through the season and was replaced by Anthony Wright.

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18. In 2001, the Baltimore Ravens attempted to defend their title with Elvis Grbac as their new starting quarterback, but a season-ending injury to Jamal Lewis on the first day of training camp and poor offensive performances stymied the team.

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19. The Baltimore Ravens moved to their own new stadium next to Camden Yards in 1998.

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