Baltimore celebrates the Ravens' Super Bowl victory

The Baltimore Ravens celebrated the second NFL title in franchise history with a Charm City parade on Tuesday.

Baltimore Ravens fans blow horns during a victory ceremony at City Hall Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 in Baltimore. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in NFL football's Super Bowl XLVII 34-31 on Sunday. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)(AP Photo/Gail Burton)
Baltimore Ravens fans blow horns during a victory ceremony at City Hall Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 in Baltimore. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in NFL football's Super Bowl XLVII 34-31 on Sunday. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)(AP Photo/Gail Burton)
Baltimore Ravens fans blow horns during a victory ceremony at City Hall Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 in Baltimore. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in NFL football's Super Bowl XLVII 34-31 on Sunday. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)(AP Photo/Gail Burton)
Sam Muffoletto, 21, and Phil Luzi, 21, hold up signs and a home-made Super Bowl trophy as they wait for the start of Baltimore's celebration for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens at Ravens stadium on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Officials expect about 100,000 people to attend the events. (AP Photo/Alex Dominguez)
Sam Muffoletto, 21, and Phil Luzi, 21, hold up signs and a home-made Super Bowl trophy as they wait for the start of Baltimore's celebration for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens at Ravens stadium on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Officials expect about 100,000 people to attend the events. (AP Photo/Alex Dominguez)
Sam Muffoletto, 21, and Phil Luzi, 21, hold up signs and a home-made Super Bowl trophy as they wait for the start of Baltimore's celebration for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens at Ravens stadium on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Officials expect about 100,000 people to attend the events. (AP Photo/Alex Dominguez)
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Ray Lewis picks off Danny Kanell | Week 8, 2003
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Ray Lewis picks off Danny Kanell | Week 8, 2003
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Ray Lewis picks off Danny Kanell | Week 8, 2003
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
Ray Lewis picks off Danny Kanell | Week 8, 2003
Watch as Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis picks off in Week 8 of the 2003 season.
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Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Alex Collins Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Irish Dancing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Alex Collins Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Irish Dancing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Alex Collins Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Irish Dancing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Alex Collins Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Irish Dancing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins performs an Irish dance. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Justin Tucker Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Operatic Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Justin Tucker Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Operatic Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Brandon Williams Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Singing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Justin Tucker Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Operatic Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Brandon Williams Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Singing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Justin Tucker Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Operatic Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker sings opera. Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Brandon Williams Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Singing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Brandon Williams Of The Baltimore Ravens Shows Off His Singing Skills For MVP: Most Valuable Performer
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams sings Sam Smith's "Latched." Watch MVP: Most Valuable Performer live on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2012, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates after scoring a one yard touchdown during the second half of the AFC Championship NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, in Foxborough, Mass. Two things have been consistent for Patriots over the past decade: Tom Brady and reaching the AFC championship game. The Patriots 40-year-old quarterback will try to lead his team to a place in its seventh straight conference title game when it hosts the Titans. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)
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FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2012, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates after scoring a one yard touchdown during the second half of the AFC Championship NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, in Foxborough, Mass. Two things have been consistent for Patriots over the past decade: Tom Brady and reaching the AFC championship game. The Patriots 40-year-old quarterback will try to lead his team to a place in its seventh straight conference title game when it hosts the Titans. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2012, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates after scoring a one yard touchdown during the second half of the AFC Championship NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, in Foxborough, Mass. Two things have been consistent for Patriots over the past decade: Tom Brady and reaching the AFC championship game. The Patriots’ 40-year-old quarterback will try to lead his team to a place in its seventh straight conference title game when it hosts the Titans. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2012, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates after scoring a one yard touchdown during the second half of the AFC Championship NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, in Foxborough, Mass. Two things have been consistent for Patriots over the past decade: Tom Brady and reaching the AFC championship game. The Patriots’ 40-year-old quarterback will try to lead his team to a place in its seventh straight conference title game when it hosts the Titans. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2012, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates after scoring a one yard touchdown during the second half of the AFC Championship NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, in Foxborough, Mass. Two things have been consistent for Patriots over the past decade: Tom Brady and reaching the AFC championship game. The Patriots’ 40-year-old quarterback will try to lead his team to a place in its seventh straight conference title game when it hosts the Titans. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
Editorial: Baltimoreans keeping Dr. King's dream alive
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
Editorial: Baltimoreans keeping Dr. King's dream alive
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
Editorial: Baltimoreans keeping Dr. King's dream alive
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
Editorial: Baltimoreans keeping Dr. King's dream alive
As we observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we are reminded of those individuals right here in our city that are keeping Dr. King's dream alive. We commend Erricka Bridgeford, co-founder of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement, for organizing two 72-hour ceasefire weekends in hopes of reducing violence. The slogan "Nobody Kill Anybody" was resonated throughout the city, along with peaceful protests and community events. And the effort continues with the next Ceasefire weekend being held from Feb. 2-4. We commend Ericka Alston-Buck, founder of the Kids Safe Zone, for providing a safe place for children and teenagers all year round. She consistently exposes the children of west Baltimore to opportunities beyond their environment. And, we also commend Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson for his many contributions in the community. His teammates nominated him for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, which is one of the most humbling honors a player can receive. His generosity has helped hundreds of Baltimoreans in need. Dr. King's holiday is more than a day off. It's a time to reflect on his legacy and an opportunity to think about what we can do to keep his dream alive.
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