The Baltimore Ravens are one of the youngest professional football teams in the National Football League, the team was first established in 1996 and headquartered in Owings, Maryland. Baltimore plays in the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC).
The Ravens´ home stadium since 1998 has been the M&T Bank Stadium located in Baltimore with a capacity of 71,008 spectators. The following is a quick view of the stadium´s whereabouts: https://www.google.com/maps/preview?ie=UTF-8&fb=1&cid=8944840466900479700&q=M%26T+Bank+Stadium&ei=6CzIU6aVEO7jsASP_YHoBA&ved=0CJMBEPwSMAs
Over the past 18 years of professional competition in the NFL, the Ravens have won 2 League championships, 2 Conference championships, 2 Super Bowl Championships in 2000 (XXXV), 2012 (XLVII), 4 Division championships, and 9 Playoff appearances in total.
The Ravens Pro Football Hall of Fame include some of the following names:
- Mike Singletary, inducted in 1998 (as a linebacker),
- Ozzie Newsome, inducted in 1999 (as a tight end),
- Jonathan Ogden, elected in 2013, played for Ravens 1996–2007
- Rod Woodson, inducted in 2009, played for Ravens 1998–2001
- Shannon Sharpe, inducted in 2011, played for Ravens 2000–2001
- Deion Sanders, inducted in 2011
Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers have the biggest and most intense rivalries in the AFC North. Other AFC important rivals of the Ravens are: the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals standing at 20-16 in favor of the Ravens as of the beginning of 2014.
The Ravens´current roster include top players names like:
5 Joe Flacco
2 Tyrod Taylor
10 Keith Wenning
66 Gino Gradkowski C
79 Parker Graham T
74 James Hurst T
40 Shaun Chapas FB
29 Justin Forsett
44 Kyle Juszczyk FB
11 Kamar Aiken
14 Marlon Brown
17 Jeremy Butler
61 Levi Brown NT
99 Chris Canty DE
62 Terrence Cody NT
33 Terrence Brooks FS
23 Chykie Brown CB
31 Omar Brown FS
These are a couple of videos on the Ravens´ upcoming training camp action as the 90-man roster is ready for practices: http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Ravens-Expected-To-Be-Full-Strength-For-Training-Camp/6e01e93f-d6d1-4eb6-a270-7d2085a06991
The 2014 Baltimore Ravens training camp will officially start in a week at the M&T Bank Stadium and Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. Baltimore´s offensive line will be put to the test despite the many positive reviews the team has received so far this summer.
Some of the Ravens´returning players who will participate at training camp for the 2014-15 season are:
Torrey Smith (6-foot-0, 205 pounds, fourth season)
Joe Flacco (sixth season)
Jacoby Jones (6-2, 215, eighth season)
Deonte Thompson (6-0, 203, third season)
Kamar Aiken (6-2, 215, second season)
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