BALTIMORE, Md.- Ravens fans from Delmarva made their voices heard during the Super Bowl celebration in Baltimore Tuesday. Fans from across the peninsula made the trip to Charm City to be a part of the Ravens' parade and rally.
Thousands of people made their way to M&T Bank Stadium to get a seat for the rally after the parade, while others like Pam and Larry Layton from Ocean City, stayed out on the parade route so they would not miss a second of the festivities.
"We have front row seats here. We can see them. And there's a stop sign. Hopefully they'll stop and we can get some pictures," said Pam Layton. And the stadium is already mobbed. Already been in there. So this is the best spot," said Larry Layton.
They were not the only Delmarva fans in attendance. Many got up early, made the trip and braved the big crowds.
"We would have loved to make it to New Orleans but we weren't able to make it there but we want to show our love to hometown Ravens for their great season, Ray's last ride. Why wouldn't we be here?" said Chad Craft of Federalsburg.
Along the parade route, fans jockeyed for position and tried to get some pictures of their favorite players. But the man of the hour was Ray Lewis as he said his final goodbyes to the Baltimore fans.
Saturday, May 18 2013 10:19 AM EDT2013-05-18 14:19:20 GMT
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