Our Seats. Our Story
Our Seats. Our City. Our Team
Our Seats. Our City. Our Team: Gene Cassidy
Gene Cassidy was a Baltimore city police officer that lost his sight while attempting an arrest. Despite his visual impairment, Cassidy has been a Ravens season ticket holder since the franchise came to town.
Our Seats. Our City. Our Team: Lisa Cumberland and Vince Coleianne
The father-daughter duo has been going to sporting events ever since Cumberland could walk, and they became PSL owners in 2000. They are especially grateful to attend Ravens games together after Cumberland had to take a hiatus while battling breast cancer.
"Being a PSL Owner means the world to me. I couldn't think of a better place to be on Sunday's. I've taken my wife, daughter and son to game and they love it. My Dad and I have gone together since 1996 and before when we played at Memorial Stadium. The stories and memories we've made will always be there for us."
- Stephen Weaver, Section 542, McSherrystown, PA
"The best part about my seats is that I have made a lifelong friend in Al, who has the seats next to mine. Over the past 17 years, he's seen my son grow from kindergarten to a college graduate. I've laughed and cried with this man. Our families are close, and we get together in Ocean City as much as possible during the offseason. I would never change my seats as long as my man Al is there."
- Steven Wood, Section 543, Frederick, MD
"My most memorable Raven's experience was traveling to New Orleans to the Super Bowl while I was 8 months pregnant. Nothing was keeping me away from seeing that Super Bowl game with my husband and technically we can say my little one was there. Very special!!"
- Amy Benson, Section 144, Jarrettsville, MD
"Ravens memories are experiences that can never be replaced. How does one put a value on the 2011-2012 Super Bowl 47 run, Ray's last ride, the Denver Game is sub artic temperatures, OJ Brigance and his Brigade. How can you put a price tag on a memory like that? You can't!"
- John Edwards, Section 508, Glen Burnie, MD
"I feel like part of the Ravens family, through the good and bad times."
- Jason Smith, Section 538, Bel Air, MD
"When Art Modell was introduced before we went out and beat San Diego to clinch the 1st playoff berth. It's like we all climbed the mountain together."
- Joseph Renehan, Section 502, Hampstead, MD
"Being a PSL owner gives us a sense of pride and ownership in a local institution that gives so much back to the community."
- Ryan Lynch, Section 232, Lutherville, MD
"We are one. We are family. It doesn't matter who you are, or your differences. In Raven's nation, we are a part of something and united together."
- Katie Bellin, Section 222, Hanover, PA
"Being a PSL owner is a family tradition. It started with my father at Memorial Stadium, and when I was old enough was passed down to me. It is something I plan to pass down to my children one day."
- Mylinda Fowler, Section 527, Waynesboro, PA
"My most memorable moment was walking into a brand new beautiful stadium and realizing pro football was back and here to stay in Baltimore."
- Sam Salvatore, Section 114, Baltimore, MD
"The long tradition and history of football in this town. No matter what color, gender or religious belief you have we all come together as Ravens fans."
- Jack Edwards, Section 219, Baltimore, MD
"The passion of this city for its sports teams is second to none. The Ravens have always been known to be an aggressive team that embodies the blue collar hardworking city they play in."
- Christopher Neall, Section 521, Denton, MD
"Baltimore's rich NFL football heritage is founded in the generations like mine that connect the past to the present and will into the future. The Colts were like our college team."
- Joe Blume, Section 202, Havre De Grace, MD
"We're like family in Section 532. We've seen each other's children grow, couples get married and have shared life experiences. Best of all we have Real Fan Dan who has made it to the big screen after 20 years of leading our cheers."
- Jeffrey Boggs, Section 532, Milton, DE
"The most memorable moment was when I went to the first ever Ravens game at M&T Stadium. Entering the stadium, seeing the field, and going to my seat at the first Ravens home game will always be a moment that thrilled me so much."
- Larry Campbell, Section 152, Silver Spring, MD
"I love coming to the stadium early to watch the players warming up. Walking through the tunnel to my section, a calmness comes over me, and I tend to forget all of my troubles and worries. It's a place I always want to be."
- Eric Buckner, Section 130, Owings Mills, MD