Music blared from the purple bus, and Baltimore Ravens fan Racquel Bailey stood with drink in hand amid her usual tailgate buddies while making a bold fashion statement: a black, rhinestone-decorated jersey with the white No. 27.
It’s the first Purple Friday of the Ravens season. Purple Pride is reaching an all-time high as the Purple Caravan travels across Maryland.
It’s been three weeks since the Super Bowl and Ravens excitement is still riding high. This weekend, fans turned out to meet team members and buy memorabilia.
Ravens fans keep the party going here in Baltimore after a nail-biting win at the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
They’re usually transporting prisoners, serving subpoenas and collecting fines. These days they’re also showing their purple pride.
Purple Pride hits a fever pitch in Maryland. Ravens fans are celebrating the AFC Championship win in Foxborough.
The Baltimore Ravens will take on the New England Patriots. As Ray Rice said, they are a “team of destiny.” Ravens fans everywhere hope that destiny leads them to New Orleans.
Baltimore is bathed in purple as excitement over the team’s victory reaches a fevered pitch among fans.
As the Ravens get ready to face the Colts in the playoffs, businesses are prepping for the crowds.
The ultimate Ravens fans, Fan Man and the Bus Boys are notorious for sharing their love of football with fans around Baltimore.
Purple passion is in full force as the Ravens get ready to play their second preseason game, their first on home turf.
The purple party planning is in full swing around Baltimore. As thousands of fans watch Sunday’s game, food will be a part of the fun.