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Baltimore Ravens Preseason Details
Baltimore has won multiple Super Bowls as a franchise, and knows the importance of getting off to a good start to the year with a strong showing in the preseason. With so many important components getting off the ground in the preseason, and rosters being solidified during that part of the year, it only makes sense that fans would want to witness stars being born on the field during the Ravens’ preseason games each year.
The Ravens have done a great job in their history of playing young talent during the preseason to give themselves a better idea of what they have going forward. A notable example of this was their decision to give preseason playing time to former Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. Jackson, a dual threat quarterback, got his feet wet in the preseason before taking the team on a run to the playoffs as the starting quarterback for most of the 2018 season. In the preseason before that year started, Jackson helped lead the Ravens to a 5-0 preseason.
Baltimore has also done a nice job of getting running back talent into the mix through the preseason, as they have ended up featuring many of their backs that were used often in the preseason once the regular season starts. Javorius Allen is a prime example, as he led the team in rushing in several preseason games before being a featured back in John Harbaugh’s offense in the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
If there is one team that the Ravens play the most in the preseason, it would be the Washington Redskins. Baltimore is a team that is very close to the nation’s capital, with Baltimore and Washington D.C. being separated by a drive on the beltway. This makes the two teams matching up for the final preseason game in many seasons a natural fit, as teams have usually broken training camp by then and are settling back into their respective home cities. Given the local pride that is on the line between the two teams, this game gets taken very seriously by fans of both squads.
From an atmosphere standpoint, the Ravens boast a fan base that truly lives and breathes Ravens football. As a result, crowds are still excited during preseason action, as fans look to get themselves ready for the season that is on the way just as the players do.
When do Ravens preseason tickets go on sale?
There is no exact date each year when Ravens preseason tickets go on sale. However, the tickets for these games usually go on sale shortly after the release of the NFL schedule. This typically happens in mid-April or late-April depending on the year, and it signals that football season is almost here.
How much do Ravens preseason tickets cost?
Tickets to see the Ravens in the preseason cost an average of $48. That price can vary for each individual ticket, depending on factors like the location of each seat and what week of the preseason the tickets are for. The week of the preseason often determines how much of the game the starters on each team play.