The auditorium at the Under Armour Performance Center was a full house Tuesday night.
The Ravens held their annual State of the Ravens, which is a private event for the team's suite holders that gives them a chance to hear from the organization's power brokers.
President Dick Cass opened the evening by discussing upgrades to the team's Owings Mills facility and M&T Bank Stadium, and General Manager Eric DeCosta and Head Coach John Harbaugh joined Executive Vice President of Public and Community Relations Kevin Byrne for a question and answer session.
The candid conversation touched on a variety of topics, including the team's strategy for last week's draft and expectations for the upcoming season.
John Harbaugh, Eric DeCosta and Lamar Jackson all talked with suite holders during the annual event at the Under Armour Performance Center.
"We are so fortunate to have the support of team leadership in providing insight and transparency into our teams goals and strategy for the coming season," said Theresa Abato, Ravens Vice President of Suites Sales & Services.
"The event is a pillar of our year-round program designed to provide value to our partners for the significant investment they make in our franchise."
Harbaugh and DeCosta took questions from the audience and talked for nearly an hour before the guests stepped outside for a reception near the team's practice fields. During the reception, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson joined the event to meet with guests and take photos.
"The networking that takes place between our suite owners also allows for great business connectivity amongst some of the areas top companies and influential business leaders," Abato said.
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