1. When deciding on the name for the new Baltimore franchise, the final three names to make the cut were the Ravens, the Americans, and the Marauders.
2. In 2004, Ravens backup quarterback Kordell Stewart filled in for the team’s injured punter and earned himself the Special Teams Player of the Week Award.
3. Over the course of 51 consecutive games from 1998 through 2001, no running back gained over 100 yards against the Baltimore Ravens defense.
4. On the day that team owner Art Modell announced he would be moving his Cleveland Browns to Baltimore, he announced that the team name would be the Baltimore Browns. After lengthy negotiations, Modell was forced to leave the team name, logos, uniforms, history, and record book behind in Cleveland and basically start a new team in Baltimore, one that was eventually christened the Ravens.