BALTIMORE - Ravens fans are getting pumped for a big weekend. The Indianapolis Colts are coming to town for Sunday’s playoff game and all eyes will be on Ray Lewis for what will likely be his last home game of the season before he retires.
To get fans revved up, the Purple Caravan will be making stops throughout the state. Their first stop Friday morning was at the Greene Turtle at McHenry Row in Locust Point. From 7:30 AM – 8:15 AM, where fans had breakfast with Ravens cheerleaders and Poe.
The Purple Caravan will make several stops throughout the day at different locations.
They will be giving out free Ravens memorabilia and some lucky fans will win tickets to Sunday’s playoff game.
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