Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) June 11, 2012
The official NFL season won’t start until September 5th, but excited Baltimore Ravens fans are already buying Ravens tickets. Here’s why: The NFL draft in April added some outstanding players to the Ravens lineup. Ravens fans expect to see some spectacular match ups, beginning with the preseason game on August 9th against the Atlanta Falcons, followed by the feisty contest with the Cincinnati Bengals on September 10th, a Monday night special.
In a much anticipated game, the Ravens will smash helmets with their bitter rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, on November 18th at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Those Baltimore Ravens tickets will go fast.
During the April NFL draft, the Ravens made things interesting by drafting first round to pick Courtney Upshaw, a defensive end and outside linebacker for perennially power house Alabama. Other promising picks, were Kelechi Osemele, Bernard Pierce, Gino Gradkowski, Christian Thompson, Cal Poly, Tommy Streeter, and DeAngelo Tyson.
Fans who want to see the Ravens’ outstanding new linebacker, Courtney Upshaw, show his talents during the regular season will get their wish when they buy Ravens tickets. How come? The Ravens’ star outside linebacker Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles tendon disabling him for at least the beginning of the regular season. Upshaw is likely to step in for Suggs in his absence.
The Raven’s second pick, stellar Iowa State guard Kelechi Osemele, was originally thought to be a replacement for pro Ben Grubbs, but he is listed on the Ravens’ roster as a tackle. On June 8th, the Ravens signed on Bobbie Williams, a highly rated former guard for the Bengals. Faithful fans expect to see Williams toughening up the Ravens’ front line alongside Marshal Yanda. Ravens Tickets are being offered at Headline Tickets Now along with an online discount code "ravens" for 3 percent off at checkout.
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