BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As Ravens players and coaches prepare for their Divisional round playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, January 11, the rest of the organization is painting to town purple!

Literally! In preparation for the big game, the team’s logo was painted at landmarks all across the city on Friday.

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The Ravens posted pictures of their logo painted on the sidewalk outside of City Hall, Charles Street and the Inner Harbor!

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The Purple Caravan was also out in full force Friday. Ravens Cheerleaders and Poe made appearances all across Maryland.

“Last year you saw the potential, and this year I couldn’t wait because I just wanted to see,” Sonia Robinson said. “I knew Lamar was going to take that next step.”

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Lamar is the talk of the city lately.

“I love Lamar, I think he’s great, he’s easy to watch,” Amber Sanders said. “The team as a whole seems very tight-knit and there’s cohesiveness. It’s just exciting to watch right now.”

“I’m a fan of Lamar. He brings energy where we need it,” said Ben Siggler. “I think Baltimore really had a bad year this year and it gives us encouragement that there’s something good to come out of our city.”

For a complete list of the Ravens’ playoff festivities, click here.

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Rachael Cardin