If you're going to this Sunday's game against the Bills, you're in for a little treat.
The Ravens will be having a celebration for the 10th anniversary of their Super Bowl title this weekend, and on Sunday, fans will get to be a part of the party.
Prior to kickoff, players from the 2000 championship team will form a gauntlet for the current Ravens during the pre-game introductions. The defense will get the individual introductions, which of course means that linebacker Ray Lewis, who was the MVP of Super Bowl XXXV, will be the last to come out of the tunnel.
At halftime, the 2000 Ravens will again come out onto the field and will be introduced one-by-one.
Over 35 members of the team are expected in for the weekend celebrations. They will get together on Saturday for a private reception before the festivities on Sunday.
"I think that has an identity of its own, because you'll never forget that," Lewis said. "That's one thing about a champion: A champion is always a champion. And the feeling of that confetti dropping and looking at those men's eyes - you recreate that moment coming back 10 years later.
"And that moment, like I said, man, just seeing those guys come back, I talk to most of those guys myself, but just seeing those guys come back is just a heck of a reward to see that. And for that to be this week, I think that's going to be huge. Not for just us, but for our fans as well in Baltimore."