BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore sports superfan Mo Gaba passed away in late July after a lifelong battle with cancer.
So, the Ravens wanted to do something special to honor him on their first game of the year.READ MORE: 15-Year-Old Boy Dies After Thursday Shooting In Northwest Baltimore, Police Say
The team painted the letters “M” and “O” in the Baltimore-stenciled end zone gold.
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For Mo. 💜 pic.twitter.com/7G1zH4qj2n
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 11, 2020
To make it even more special, his mother Sonny was able to paint on the last few strokes.
All 575 seats of section 146 will be filled with cardboard cutouts of Mo. Section 146 is in the corner of the end zone and will get plenty of air time that way.
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The Ravens kick off their season Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.