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  • Sun., Jul. 30, 2017 6:00 PM EDT Fireworks Night Join us for practice, the unveiling of the new 4K ultra-high definition RavensVision boards and an interactive fan experience. Post-practice autographs will be available for kids, followed by a fireworks/laser show.
  • Sat., Aug. 05, 2017 6:00 PM EDT Military Appreciation Night Join us for practice and an interactive fan experience. Reserved seating will be provided for active service members and veterans. A special gift will be distributed to members with valid military I.D. (limited availability).
  • Sat., Aug. 12, 2017 10:00 AM EDT Stadium Practice Join us for practice, an interactive fan experience, fun-filled activities for kids, giveaways, and Cheerleader/Mascot meet-and-greets. A limited post-practice autograph session will be available.

Jamal Lewis

Baltimore Ravens Jamal Lewis Ring Of Honor

Baltimore Ravens Jamal Lewis Ring Of Honor BioCAREER SNAPSHOT

  • Lewis finished his 10-year NFL career ranked 21st all-time with 10,607 rushing yards. His 2,066 rushing yards in 2003 remains the second-best single-season output in NFL history. Only six backs in league history have ever surpassed the 2K-yard mark.
  • Lewis is the Ravens’ all-time franchise leader in rushing yards (7,801), attempts (1,822) and touchdowns (45). His 47 total TDs and 30 100-yard rushing games are also a team best.
  • Lewis owns several Ravens’ single-season rushing records, all of which were set during the 2003 campaign: attempts (387), yards (2,066), 100-yard games (12), touchdowns (14) and average (5.3 - tied with Ray Rice in ‘09).
  • Ranks third in franchise history in points scored (284), trailing only K Matt Stover (1,464) and K Billy Cundiff (294).
  • Owns three of the Ravens’ Top 5 single-season rushing records: 2,066 yards (2003), 1,364 yards (2000) and 1,327 yards (2002).
  • Holds two of the Ravens’ Top 3 single-game rushing records: 295 yards (9/14/03 vs. Cle.) and 205 yards (12/21/03 at Cle.). His 295-yard performance is the second-best in league history.
  • At 21 years, 5 months, Lewis became the youngest player to participate in a Super Bowl. Lewis rushed for 103 yards and 1 TD en route to the Ravens Super Bowl XXXV victory over the NY Giants.


  • Super Bowl XXXV champion
  • Pro Bowl selection (2003)
  • All-Pro selection (2003)
  • AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year (2003)
  • PFWA NFL MVP (2003)
  • AFC Player of the Year (2003)
  • NFL 2000s All-Decade Team