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Ravens Win Another Emmy Award


The Ravens have another trophy to add to the collection. 

The Ravens Productions video team was awarded with an Emmy award Saturday night from the National Capital Chesapeake Bay chapter. That gives the Ravens 20 Emmy Awards in the organization's 21- year history.

"We work for a great team committed to creating quality content for Ravens fans, and it is an honor to be recognized with an Emmy Award," Director of Broadcasting Jay O'Brien said. "We share this award with the entire Ravens organization and our talented crew who contributed to this success."

O'Brien, Matt Brevet, Eddie Coughlan, Philip Cunningham and Jessie Knaak all received Emmys in the Sports Series category for the Ravens Kickoff program they produced.

The show that was recognized included a feature on safety Kendrick Lewis dealing with the impact of Hurricane Katrina in his hometown of New Orleans, and another segment on season-ticket holders getting a memorable surprise  from Steve Smith Sr.

You can watch both of the videos below:

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