A video featuring Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders caused something of a stir this week amid the beginning of training camp.
Ahead of what promises to be a big year for the organization, a post on social media set the internet ablaze on Saturday.
In the video, a number of the team’s dancers posed in memorable fashion.
It proved to be an instant hit.
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It’s quite telling that in a weekend where Brittany Mahomes’ training camp outfit caused a stir and Marissa Lawrence’s choice of attire to Jacksonville Jaguars camp blew up online, the Ravens’ cheerleaders stole the show like this.
Cheerleading aside, though – this promises to be a fascinating year in Baltimore. With Lamar Jackson finally signed to a five-year, $260 million contract, a lot of last season’s distractions are now gone.
Jackson coupled with freshly-signed receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and newly-drafted Zay Flowers out of Boston College should make some magic happen on offense in 2023-24.
Flowers, in particular, promises to be a really fun player to watch. His girlfriend has already proven adept at making headlines, now it’s time for him to do the same with his on-the-field production.
Between the new talent around Jackson and Todd Monken replacing Greg Roman as offensive coordinator, this could prove to be the most weapons – mental and physical – Jackson has ever had as a pro.
Defensively, the Ravens have always been a force under John Harbaugh. The same will be true this season as well.
— Game 7 (@game7__) July 29, 2023
And given how good the squad looked last season, despite Jackson being “hurt” for a good chunk of the year, the future looks bright.
Baltimore is 45-16 with Jackson as the team’s starting quarterback. The only thing that has consistently eluded them at this point is a solid playoff run.
Will this be the year that changes? Time will tell, but one way or another, the Ravens’ cheerleaders will be there cheering their squad on every week.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.