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RAVENS ALMOST SET TO STRIKE A POSE AS COLOR CHOICES NARROWED
Published May 20, 1996
Black, dark purple and gold appear to be the leading colors for the Ravens after team and NFL Properties officials viewed full-size uniforms for the first time, according to the Baltimore SUN. Ravens VP David Modell: "It was a very productive session. We have narrowed it down to a fairly defined circle of color schemes." Modell added his personal favorite, the black, red and yellow of the MD state flag, is not well suited to full uniform design -- but may be incorporated in some way. Colors and logo are set to be revealed June 7 (Jon Morgan, Baltimore SUN, 5/18).