Found February 21, 2013 on MyTeamRivals.com:
Isn’t always a plus when the hometown team wants to renovate the home stadium to make the game experience more enjoyable? Furthermore, isn’t just as great when the team doesn’t ask for public funding? That’s exactly what the Baltimore Ravens have announced. In a release, the team says the renovations will begin this spring and the first part will be completed by the time the season rolls around. That phase includes adding video boards which will be 8 feet high and 30 feet wide at Gates A and D. They will have varying content. “With these boards, we will focus on football features that enrich the game-day experience,” Ravens vice president of broadcasting Larry Rosen stated. “Transitioning some of our static signage to LED technology allows us to expand content and provide the entertainment and football information – including scores and fantasy-team statistics – that our fans crave.” The other upgrade will be to the lower concourse. According to the release, the renovations are tar...
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