Ravens-Cardinals Gameday Information

Week-2

Below is a list of information pertaining to Sunday’s Baltimore Ravens vs. Arizona Cardinals game at M&T Bank Stadium (1 p.m. kickoff):

Gate Giveaway

Each fan attending the game will receive a unique Ravens flag, courtesy of gameday sponsor M&T Bank.

Introductions

The Ravens’ offense will be introduced, with AFC Offensive Player of the Week QB Lamar Jackson coming out of the tunnel last. Prior to this, the Ravens will debut a new stadium pump-up video and music sequence.

National Anthem & Flyover

There will be a large American flag held by National Guard members on the field, while the Naval Academy Glee Club performs the national anthem. There will also be a flyover by two A-10 Warthogs.

Ravens Legend of the Game

Former DT Haloti Ngata will serve as the Ravens Legend of the Game. Ngata played nine seasons (2006-14) with Baltimore, helping the team win Super Bowl XLVII in 2012. He totaled 528 tackles (sixth most in franchise history), 25.5 sacks and five interceptions as a Raven, en route to Baltimore earning seven playoff berths during his tenure.

Special Acknowledgements

Throughout the game, the Ravens will acknowledge the following people/groups in attendance:

  • The University of Maryland national champion women’s lacrosse team
  • Two-time super featherweight world champion Gervonta Davis, a boxer who hails from Baltimore
  • Major General Linda Singh of the Maryland Army National Guard, who is retiring after 38 years of service

Ravens PA Announcer

Greg Davis will make his debut as the Ravens’ new stadium public address announcer. Born in Baltimore, less than a mile away from M&T Bank Stadium, Davis has been the PA announcer at Navy since 2000, calling all home games for football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s lacrosse and more. He has also announced for the Military Bowl since 2013 and handled events for the University of Maryland – College Park.

Midfield Shield

A longtime fan favorite, the Ravens’ iconic shield logo returns to midfield. (M&T Bank Stadium has not featured the midfield shield since 2015.)

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