The Baltimore Ravens are ready to put an end to their playoff drought and get back into the post-season for the first in three years. To boost their offense, the Baltimore Ravens added two receivers in free agency, Michael Crabtree and Josh Brown. With a few new faces to throw to, Joe Flacco could be lined up for a bounce back year. Alex Collins has taken over running back duties for head coach John Harbaugh and exceeded expectations last season.
On defense, the Ravens first-round draft pick in 2017, Marlin Humphrey, looks to be a franchise cornerstone. With Humphrey in the secondary, the Ravens will have Eric Weddle, Tony Jefferson and Jimmy Smith. New defensive coordinator, Don Martindale, will lean heavily on his linebackers, Terrell Suggs and Matt Judon.
Baltimore Ravens suites at M&T Bank Stadium will provide fans the ultimate VIP experience. Ravens have a choice between two suite levels at M&T Bank Stadium. The 300 Suite Level will be closer to the field but stacked right above that level is the 400 Suite Level. Not a big difference in terms of your vantage point to the field. Ravens suites will include 20-30 tickets and 4 VIP parking passes to any Ravens game. Luxury boxes can be catered in advance at an additional cost. Each Ravens suite will feature private restrooms, a climate-controlled environment, HDTVs and premium seating.