5:00 PM EST, January 29, 2013
The Dark Horse Saloon on Main Street in Bel Air kept the Baltimore Ravens love coming again on Sunday afternoon.
Jacoby Jones, the Ravens star kick returner and wide receiver, arrived at the Dark Horse to meet an appreciative crowd of Harford County fans.
Jones, one of the heroes of Baltimore's pulsating 38-35 overtime win over the Broncos in Denver in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs, signed autographs for a couple hours for fans of all ages.
Ravens linebacker Paul Kruger visited the Dark Horse Friday night, when he also signed autographs. Also visiting Harford Sunday was Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, who greeted fans at the Olive Tree in Aberdeen.
This week for Jones, Kruger, Smith and the rest of the Ravens, it's on to New Orleans for the pomp, circumstance and buildup to the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Feb. 3.
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