BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Purple Pride is strong in Baltimore as the Ravens gear up for their divisional-round game Saturday against the Tennessee Titans.

Fans across the city and beyond are sharing photos and videos of how they’re cheering on their team.

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Gov. Larry Hogan lit up the Governor’s House in purple Friday, hours after announcing a friendly wager with his counterpart from Tennessee.

At the Port of Baltimore, longshoremen wrote “BIG TRUSS” on a large salt pile this week. Drivers can even see it as they pass by on southbound Interstate 95, said John Coulter, the president of Rukert Terminals Corporation.

Credit: John Coulter

At Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, drivers will see purple lights along the loading zone.

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Other high-profile locations in Baltimore, including City Hall and Federal Hill, now sport large Ravens logos as well.

A Baltimore Ravens logo at Federal Hill.

Share your fan photos with us on social media using #BeOnWJZ — you might just see them on-air!

WJZ has you covered with special Ravens coverage before, during and after the game. Tune in for Purple Pregame at 6 p.m. on Saturday and Purple Post Game after the game.

You can watch the Ravens face the Titans at 8:15 p.m. Saturday on WJZ. 

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