Dec. 30, 2021
For Immediate Release
RAVENS-RAMS GAMEDAY INFORMATION
Below is a list of information pertaining to Sunday's Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles Rams game at M&T Bank Stadium (1 p.m. kickoff):
Upon entering the stadium, the first 30,000 fans in attendance will receive a special Ravens scarf, in partnership with gameday sponsor Ledo Pizza.
Introductions, National Anthem & Flyover
Baltimore's starting defense will be introduced. Members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will perform the national anthem, and there will be a flyover by four UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters.
Ravens Legend of the Game
Pro Football Hall of Famer S Rod Woodson will be honored as the Ravens Legend of the Game. Woodson, a Super Bowl XXXV Champion, earned three-straight Pro Bowls for Baltimore from 1999-2001. He started all 64 games played as a Raven, racking up 340 tackles and 20 interceptions (including five returned for touchdowns).
Day of Champions Recognition
Prior to kickoff, players from the following schools will be recognized for winning their respective 2021 High School Football Championships:
MIAA A - Calvert Hall
MIAA B - Concordia Prep
MIAA C - Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
WCAC - Capital - St. John's
WCAC - Metro - St. Mary's Ryken
MPSSAA 1A - Fort Hill
MPSSAA 2A/1A - Dunbar
MPSSAA 2A - Frederick Douglass
MPSSAA 3A - Northern
MPSSAA 4A/3A - Mergenthaler
MPSSAA 4A - Quince Orchard
Acronyms: MIAA - Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association; WCAC - Washington Catholic Athletic Conference; MPSSAA - Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association
Ten local high school coaches who earned Ravens Coach of the Week honors throughout the season will be honored on the field during halftime, and the ceremony will conclude with the announcement of the 2021 Ravens Coach of the Year.
Paralympian and Maryland native Noah Grove (sled hockey) will be honored during a quarter break. Grove, who won a gold medal in 2018, will compete again in the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
Inspire Change Initiative
Sunday's game will feature the NFL's Inspire Change initiative, which showcases how players, owners and the league work together to create positive change in communities across America. Through Inspire Change, the NFL supports player-led efforts to engage with team owners, public officials, law enforcement, academic institutions, community partners and others to identify meaningful ways to strengthen local communities and the greater society.
Pre-Game WBAL & 98 Rock Radio Broadcasts
For this Sunday's game, WBAL NewsRadio & 98 Rock pre-game shows, which typically broadcast live on stadium grounds, will take place remotely.