BALTIMORE - The Ravens are heading to New Orleans for Super Bowl 47 and this afternoon the team was sent off in style with a rally in the Inner Harbor.
The send off started early in the morning with 98 Rock broadcasting live from Tir Na Nog from 6 to 10 a.m.
The rally officially kicked off at the amphitheater at 11:30.
Hundreds of fans showed up and got to see members from the 2000 Super Bowl team. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was also there, along with the marching band.
Coach Harbaugh and the all players, including Ray Lewis were also at the rally before heading off to the airport for New Orleans.
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