Ravens Fans Take to the Streets

    BALTIMORE, MD - FEBRUARY 03: Baltimore Ravens celebrate in the streets after Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers in the neighborhood of Federal Hill on February 3, 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl, 34-31, to capture their second championship title. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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    Hundreds of Ravens fans took to Baltimore streets Sunday night to celebrate the team’s Super Bowl victory in New Orleans, with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake even dancing and singing alongside the fans—although she urged fans to celebrate peacefully while police were on call in case of any incidents. Rawlings-Blake said the city will hold a parade for the victory on Tuesday, starting at City Hall and ending up at Ravens’ stadium. No. 1 in fans’ hearts was Ray Lewis, the only player to still be on the team since its move to Baltimore in 1996. “We have to do it for Ray,” said Darren Lewis, 40. “It’s not all about Ray. It’s 90 percent for Ray and 10 percent for the city of Baltimore.”

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