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.


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.

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.

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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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