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Why the Ravens don't mind hearing a Steelers anthem during practice

Why the Ravens don't mind hearing a Steelers anthem during practice

The Styx song “Renegade” has become as synonymous with the Pittsburgh Steelers as their Terrible Towels. The Steelers usually play the 1979 hit in the second half, along with an accompanying video compilation of defensive plays, to hype up fans and players at Heinz Field.

So the Ravens’ decision to put on the song during a portion of Sunday morning’s practice seemed like an odd choice. After all, the airing of the Baha Men’s “Who Let the Dogs Out” — which the Cleveland Browns play in honor of their Dawg Pound fan section — during an open practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Aug. 12 compelled coach...

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