Fans were out in force for the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl parade on Tuesday. Long before the parade was scheduled to begin, Ravens fans lined the streets and filled M&T Bank Stadium, celebrating their team's recent Super Bowl victory.
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Traffic delayed the start of the parade, but fans didn't seem to mind as it just gave them more time to celebrate. There were so many people attending the celebration that M&T Bank Stadium reached max capacity and had to be closed to fans. Seen here is a picture of the stadium before the Ravens even arrived via tizzlestx on Instagram.
There were so many fans in the streets that they were able to break through and over police barriers to walk alongside all the various vehicles carrying the Ravens to the stadium (Ray Lewis had his own personal military humvee).
Once the Ravens arrived fans were treated to one last Ray Lewis squirrel dance as the team leader thanked the fans for their support. But perhaps no player was as excited as Ed Reed, who first walked the Lombardi Trophy around to fans on the street and serenaded the crowd with his version of Eddie Money's "Two Tickets to Paradise" before leading the fans in a "Seven Nation Army" chant.