Baltimore pays it’s respects to local hero, Art Modell. A memorial in honor of the former Ravens owner is held at M&T Bank Stadium.
The public is invited to pay their respects to former Ravens owner and humanitarian Art Modell.
The NFL became America’s game under a collection of shrewd businessmen that included some of the biggest names in league history: Pete Rozelle, Vince Lombardi, Dan Rooney and arguably the most influential of all — Art Modell.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com joins The Norris & Davis Show each Thursday morning at 8am to discuss the latest in Ravens news. Yesterday, Mike discussed the passing of Art Modell, the upcoming Ravens season, and […]
He brought football back to Baltimore and allowed this great city to be a 2 sport town once again.
Former Ravens owner and the man who brought the NFL back to Baltimore, Art Modell, died of natural causes at age 87. Modell’s contributions to not only football here in Maryland but the league in general are extraordinary.
Baltimore fans remember Art Modell fondly and express their gratitude to him for bringing them the Ravens.
Art Modell not only brought football back to Baltimore, he also breathed new life into the arts and charitable causes with millions of dollars in donations over a decade.
The Baltimore Ravens and the Modell family will hold a silent tribute to Art Modell at M&T Bank Stadium.
Senior vice president of public and community relations for the Baltimore Ravens, Kevin Byrne joined The Vinny and Rob Show on 105.7 The Fan today and remembered the late Art Modell.
I’m not the best person in the world to go on and on about Art Modell but I am and have always been intrigued by the business mind that Mr. Modell was.
Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick joined The Norris & Davis Show to give insight on the relationship he had with Art Modell.