Ravens’ Last Super Bowl Trophy Goes On Display
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Sports Legends Museum at Baltimore’s Camden Yards is displaying the Super Bowl XXXV trophy from 2000 to help celebrate the Baltimore Ravens’ trip to New Orleans.
The trophy goes on display Tuesday at the museum. The museum is also displaying a Ravens helmet featuring this year’s Super Bowl logo.
Super Bowl XXXV was the first and only Super Bowl for the Ravens since Art Modell renamed and relocated the team to Baltimore. The Ravens defeated the New York Giants that year 34-7. Ray Lewis was named the Super Bowl MVP.
The Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation, which runs the museum, is also selling official team merchandise from the Super Bowl.
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