The Ravens hosted their first PLAY 60 Festival to kick off the efforts of the national NFL PLAY 60 campaign. The program is designed to encourage children to be active for at least 60 minutes per day.
As part of the Verizon Wireless 'Pass it Forward' campaign, players surprised fans with Royal Farms gift cards, paid tolls, zoo passes & free lunches. They also visited MedStar hospital and the Ellicott City Fire Department.
Quarterback Joe Flacco, receiver Steve Smith Sr. and defensive tackle Brandon Williams helped launch the Ravens' rolling library by reading to kids at Abbottston Elementary.
Ravens fans flocked to the Maryland State Fairgrounds for an evening of fun and live music from Charm City Devils and 3 Doors Down.
Fans participated in a city-wide scavenger hunt by locating one of the six LED Ravens letters spread around Baltimore.
Ravens fans visited M&T Bank Stadium Tuesday morning to stencil the official Ravens logo on their cars.
Through the Ravens PSL Owner Rewards Program, 115 Club Level PSL Owners plus a guest were invited to attend an exclusive Club Level Happy Hour with Ravens Assistant GM Eric DeCosta.
Eight years ago, fans at M&T Bank Stadium watched Michael Phelps' gold medal race on the RavensVision video boards. That magical night will be recreated during the Ravens' 2016 preseason opener Thursday.
Ravens fans flocked to M&T Bank Stadium to watch training camp practice, then finished off the night with a fireworks display.
The Ravens held a free open practice at M&T Bank Stadium Monday night and gave thanks to military servicemen and women.