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The Baltimore Ravens joined the NFL in less than conventional circumstances in 1996. Art Modell, who at the time was the owner of the Cleveland Browns, announced plans to relocate the franchise to Baltimore in 1995. A legal battle between Modell and the city of Cleveland followed and a settlement was reached. The settlement allowed Modell to take his own personnel and team to Baltimore, but the Browns’ history and records remained in Cleveland. The Baltimore Ravens would officially be recognized as an expansion team entering the 1996 regular season. The Ravens set up shop at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore and continue to play their home games there.
Despite the relocation, the Ravens didn’t take long to find success in their new city. Just five seasons after their move, Baltimore won its first Super Bowl (XXXV) in dominating fashion, downing the New York Giants 34-7. The Ravens would make it back to the Super Bowl (XLVII) in the 2012-13 season, this time taking on the San Francisco 49ers in what would become one of the most bizarre Super Bowls on record. The Ravens built a 28-6 lead early in the second half when a power outage resulted in most of the stadium lighting of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to be shut off. This resulted in a 34-minute delay. Upon returning to play the 49ers staged a furious comeback and cut the lead to 31-29 wit 9:57 to play in the game. Baltimore’s defense tightened late and the Ravens held on for a 34-31 victory. The Ravens currently remain the only team in the NFL with a perfect record in multiple Super Bowl appearances.
Baltimore has made the playoffs 13 times in their abbreviated history, posting 16 playoff victories prior to the start of the 2021-22 season. Baltimore has appeared in the AFC Championship game four times (2001, 2009, 2012 and 2013) and have laid claim to six AFC North division titles (2003, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2018 and 2019).
The name arguably most synonymous with Ravens football is that of Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis. Lewis spent all 17 years of his career in Baltimore. Along with his two Super Bowl rings, Lewis was a 13-time Pro Bowler, 7-time first team All-Pro, twice was named Defensive Player of the Year and was named MVP of Super Bowl XXXV. Ed Reed also spent 11 seasons on the Baltimore defense alongside Lewis. Reed earned nine Pro Bowl selections and was a 5-time All-Pro.
Today's Ravens are led by the top dual-threat quarterback in the league and 2019 MVP, Lamar Jackson. After a second round loss to the Buffalo Bills in the 2020 AFC Divisional Round, the Ravens will look to improve on their lackluster play in the postseason. With offseason additions such as Sammy Watkins and Kevin Zeitler, the Ravens look ready to do just that.
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