After playing their home games on an artificial surface for the past 13 seasons, the Ravens will be going back to natural grass at M&T Bank Stadium.
Ravens president Dick Cass said Friday in an interview with The Baltimore Sun that the organization has decided to make the change before the start of the 2016 season. The Ravens haven’t played their home games on natural grass since 2002, when issues with maintaining a quality field prompted a switch to turf.
“We want to try and see if we can have a good grass field at M&T Bank Stadium,” Cass said.
The decision was reached after consultation with Ravens players and coaches, along with other East...