The Baltimore Ravens were established in 1996 when the former owner of the Cleveland Browns relocated his franchise to Baltimore, Maryland, where they are currently located. Art Modell, the then owner of the Browns, intended on moving his franchise to Baltimore and after much discussion, Modell and the city of Cleveland agreed on the move to Baltimore. With his relocation, however, he was required to leave the Browns' name and color in Cleveland and with that, he moved his team to Baltimore. Repping their purple, black, gold, and white jerseys, the Ravens have been playing at their home stadium of M&T Bank since 1998 when it was first built. Although they are one of the “newer” teams, the Ravens have made the playoffs a total of nine times, two AFC Championship titles, four AFC North division titles, and two Super Bowl victories, currently defending champions of the NFL. They finished their first season of play with a 4-12 record, losing all of their away games. It wasn't until 2000 when the team had their first playoff appearance, division championship, conference championship, and lastly their first Super Bowl Championship. Ever since then, the Ravens have had many championship titles, much of it with the help of former middle linebacker, Ray Lewis.
Lewis was drafted by the Ravens in its inaugural season in 1996 and played for them until his retirement in 2012. During his glory days, he was chosen to be in 13 Pro Bowls and named an Associated Press All-Pro 10 times. Due to a tear in his triceps, he was on the sideline for the majority of the 2011-2012 season, however, was able to return for the playoffs as they remained victorious over the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. Aside from Lewis, the Ravens quarterback, Joe Flacco, has been a key player since he was drafted in 2008. Since joining, Flacco has helped the team get to five playoff appearances, two Division Championships, a Conference Championship and the Super Bowl Championship in 2012 in which he was named Super Bowl XLVII's MVP. Having so many victories in their previous years has triggered many rivalries within the teams. Their biggest rivals are the Pittsburgh Steelers whom they play at least twice a year and their games are known for their hard-hitting physical play. Their 2012 season was a victory to say the least, becoming Super Bowl XLVII champions. During the same season, Ray Lewis announced his retirement from the NFL as the team and fans said goodbye to one of their star players. The team struggled with their 2013 season, ending with a record of 8-8 and missing the playoffs for the first time since 2007. Their Super Bowl champions title was taken from them by the Seahawks in 2013 after they defeated the Broncos, 43-8.
For their first round pick of the 2014 NFL draft, the Falcons chose Alabama inside linebacker CJ Mosley. Mosley was named the SEC Conference Defensive player of the year in 2013 and won the Butkus Award as the top linebacker in college football. In the second round, Timmy Jernigan was chosen who is a defensive tackle from Florida State. The Ravens needed an extra addition to their defensive lineup and Jernigan fit the spot. Third and fourth round picks consisted of Terrence Brooks who's also from Florida State, Crockett Gillmore from Colorado State, Brent Urban from the University of Virginia, and Lorenzo Taliaferro from Coastal Carolina. Their final three consist of John Urschel from Penn State, Keith Wenning from Ball State, and Michael Campanaro from Wake Forest. One of the Ravens biggest needs going into the draft was getting a safety and they did so by acquiring Brooks from FSU. Although Baltimore may have had their troubles in 2013, they're hopeful in getting back into the playoffs, starting off their preseason against the Cincinnati Bengals.
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