In replacing injured mascot Poe, the Ravens didn’t have to look very far.
On Friday, the team announced it’s bringing back Edgar and Allan for the 2022 season, ending 14 years of retirement for two of the club’s original mascots.
Edgar, Allan and Poe were “hatched” on the field in 1998 to honor the famous writer, whose poem “The Raven” was the inspiration for the team’s name. But Edgar and Allan were retired after the 2008 season, leaving Poe as the lone mascot.
However, Poe was carted off the field at halftime of the Ravens’ third preseason game against the Washington Commanders at M&T Bank Stadium last month after suffering an apparent knee injury when he was sacked in an exhibition game against an Amateur Athletic Union team from Baltimore. He was placed on…
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