Baltimore Ravens Necktie Woven Poly 2
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Show your team spirit with this Baltimore Ravens Woven Polyester neck tie. They're made from the finest materials. These 100% Woven Polyester men's NFL logo ties are the perfect gift for husbands, sons, dads and fans.
Officially licensed NFL logo neckties.
US SRP: 25.00
Official National Football League Merchandise
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M&T Bank Stadium has had a short existence by NFL standards. Compared to longtime football havens like Arrowhead Stadium and Lambeau Field, its 10-year tenure might seem insignificant at first glance.
Over the past decade, the stadium has been through winning and losing seasons, been witness to changes in sponsorship and ownership, had three names and has seen three head coaches roam the home sidelines. Originally Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards and then PSINet Stadium, it officially became M&T Bank Stadium in May 2003 after a 15-year, 75 million deal was announced. It has seen its share of history being made, records being broken and fans being brought together. It celebrates its 10-year anniversary Saturday, and BR.com decided to take a look back at some of the most significant moments fans have witnessed this past decade.
The First Game: Sept. 6, 1998
Despite a 13-20 loss to the Steelers which dampened the mood, 68,847 fans were there to witness the first game every played in Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Ravensí brand-new, state-of-the-art stadium. Although the Ravens had played in Baltimore for two seasons prior, the switch from Memorial Stadium marked a turning of the page for both team and city, as the Ravens embraced the modern age of the NFL with their new 223 million home.
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