Baltimore Ravens Posters
NFL Posters – Baltimore Ravens
There are plenty of Baltimore Ravens posters to choose from, although some of the best ones are for defensive players like Ray Lewis and Ed Reed. Former players like Jamal Lewis are available from AllPosters.com, as are players on their way out (Iím talking to you, Kyle Boller). I was, however, surprised to find that Steve McNair wasnít represented.
Baltimore Ravens Posters – Ray Lewis
Ray Lewis is considered one of the best linebackers in the history of the NFL. In 2000 and 20003, he won NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors, and he is also the first linebacker to win a Super Bowl MVP since 1971. Since his career began in 1996, he has played exclusively for the Baltimore Ravens.
As the teamís most recognizable player, Ray Lewis posters are a very popular item. A number of them feature Lewis running around the field in pursuit of the ball carrier, while others show the aftermath of what happens when he catches someone. My favorite is one of Lewis driving Steve McNair to the turf (which is funny, considering that McNair would later play several years for the Ravens). And, of course, one or two show him doing his patented dance.
Ed Reed Posters
Selected by the Ravens in the first round of the 2002 draft, safety Ed Reed is considered one of the most dominant defensive players in the game today. He holds the Ravensí franchise record for career interceptions, and he is the first player in NFL history to return an interception, blocked punt, fumble and punt for a touchdown.
For a safety, Ed Reed sure has a lot of posters. I guess thatís what happens when you play for one of the most dominating defenses of all time. My favorite shows Reed returning an interception, and both of his feet are just slightly off the ground.
Todd Heap Ravens Posters
A former Arizona State standout, Todd Heap plays tight end for the Baltimore Ravens. While heís battled a series of nagging injuries over his career, Heap has become the teamís franchise leader in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.
In his solo shots, Heap is rumbling down the field with the ball tucked under his arm. Other Todd Heap posters include Heap and a number of his Ravens teammates. Nothing fancy here, but itís ideal for big Todd Heap fans.
Terrell Suggs Posters
Suggs is so talented that heís equally dominant as both a linebacker and defensive end. He was voted NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2003, and he has been selected to two Pro Bowls as of this writing. In 2008, the Ravens were forced to place the franchise tag on him to prevent him from leaving for another team.
Terrell Suggsí posters arenít particularly exciting, and one makes him look as though heís doing some kind of crazy dance step (check it out over at AllPosters.com). The best one is a composite poster which features nine different Ravensí players.
Baltimore Posters – M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium has also been known as Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, PSINet Stadium and Ravens Stadium. The facility opened in 1998, and the Ravens have played there from the beginning. The seating capacity is listed at 71,008.
Thereís a really cool art print available from photographer Mike Smith. It captures the first game at the stadium (then referred to as Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards). Given the angle and such, Iím guessing it was taken from a helicopter. Whatever the case, itís perfect for fans of Baltimore Ravens football.
Joe Flacco – NFL Posters
Coming soon, Joe Flacco posters will be arriving on Allposters.com. Joe Flacco is the Ravens’ quarterback of the future. The rookie QB out of Delaware was drafted by the Ravens in the 1st round of the 2008 NFL Draft, after Baltimore used a trade-down and a trade-up to position themselves.
Willis McGahee Ravens Posters
While playing college ball for the University of Miami, McGahee dislocated his left knee and tore almost all the ligaments. Prior to the injury, he was expected to go in the top five of the NFL Draft. Instead, he fell to the Bills at the 23rd overall selection in 2003. He was traded to the Ravens in time for the 2007 season, and he responded by rushing for 1,207 yards.
You wonít find a Willis McGahee poster that shows him standing around. In each and every one, Willis has the ball and is streaking towards the end zone. I especially like the big 22 x 34 poster which has a colorful purple and yellow background.