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Get away with the Ravens cheerleaders

For the second year in a row, the DJs of 98 Rock and the Ravens' cheerleaders will travel to the Bahamas to shoot the annual Swimsuit Calendar, and also for the second year in a row, it's possible to travel with them. Ravens' fans will have the opportunity to attend the 98 Rock and Ravens Cheerleader Swimsuit Calendar Spring Fling, from May 2-9, by purchasing

A look back at 2009; what was your favorite moment?

The Ravens 2009 season is over; it's been said a thousand times this season and all for different reasons, but for once, it's actually true. No more questions of secondaries, penalties or placekickers. No more questions of what should've been or what could be fixed. As we sit and watch the last three weeks of the NFL season, one thing is true; the 2009 Ravens

Season milestones for the Ravens

BRENDON AYANBADEJO • AFC Defensive Player of Week (Week three) • Had six tackles, one sack and an INT, helping hold the Browns to 186 total net yards in the Ravens' 34-3 win. DOMONIQUE FOXWORTH • AFC Defensive Player of Week (Week 16) • Posted three tackles, a career-high two INTs and five PD in the Ravens' 31-7 victory over Chicago. BEN GRUBBS • Pro

Top Ravens in the playoffs

DERRICK MASON •In 14 postseason games, Mason has 44 receptions and two TDs. •Mason saw action in his 1st-career playoff appearance primarily as a kickoff and punt returner, helping the Tennessee Titans to the 1999 AFC Championship and a berth in Super Bowl XXXIV. TREVOR PRYCE •Pryce was part of the Super Bowl XXXII and XXXIII champion Denver Broncos teams his first two years in

Baltimore goes purple

After the Ravens stepped up and got a huge playoff win Sunday, the city of Baltimore decided to do the same to show their support for their team. Going into the playoffs the Ravens' ground crew painted the team logo at selected spots in Baltimore in their effort to paint the town purple and today, Baltimore woke up to a lot more Ravens purple scattered

Numbers to 'Rave' about

Offense: 9:1,000-yard receiving campaigns in 13 seasons by WR Derrick Mason, including this year's 73-catch, 1,028-yard output. 14: TD's by Willis McGahee this season (12 rushing and two receiving), tying for the most in team history (Michael Jackson,1996 and Jamal Lewis, 2003). McGahee averaged one TD for every 9 touches from scrimmage. 88.9: Passer rating by Joe Flacco in his second season, the best mark

End of the year stats

• The Ravens produced the top three offensive games in team history: 548 yards vs. Detroit, 501 vs. Kansas City and 479 vs. Cleveland. Baltimore also tied the franchise record for points in a season (391) and set a new record for total TDs (47). • For the first time in team history, Baltimore had a 3,000-yard passer (Joe Flacco - 3,613), a 1,000-yard rusher

Painting the Town Purple

Have the day off Tuesday? Still pumped up from a big Ravens' win Sunday? On Tuesday morning, members of the Ravens' grounds crew will visit Baltimore City Hall and Federal Hill to stencil the Ravens' logo at each location and you can be on hand to watch them do so. Other members joining the event will be the Ravens' front office staff and team mascots:

Top Ravens against the Raiders

Todd Heap In three career games against Oakland, Heap has 13 receptions for 127 yards and two TD's On 12/14/03 at Oakland, Heap had six catches for 93 yards (15.5 avg.) and a TD. Derrick Mason In eight games against the Raiders, Mason had 37 receptions for 457 yards and two TD's. On 12/19/04, while playing with the Titans, Mason totaled nine catches for

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