Ravens All-Pro left tackle Ronnie Stanley agreed on a five-year contract extension worth $112.9 million through the 2025 season.
The Ravens on Friday released a list of game-day protocols for the approximately 4,000 fans attending Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Parking lots will open two hours before game time and stadium gates will open 90 minutes before kickoff. Fans must enter through the gate that is listed on their mobile ticket. RavensWalk will not be operational and tailgating is not permitted during the 2020 season.
Face coverings are mandatory for anyone in the stadium and must completely cover the nose and mouth. No novelty type Halloween masks are permitted to be worn inside M&T Bank Stadium. Face shields, open-chin triangle bandannas and face coverings containing exhalation valves or vents, mesh material or holes of any kind are not accepted face coverings. The face mask requirement will not apply to children under the age of 2.
Fans will be arranged in a “pod” seating arrangement to support social distancing between groups of ticket holders attending together. Fans are required to sit in their assigned seats and seats that are not in use will be blocked off.
Fans are required to follow six-feet social-distancing markers that will be displayed around the stadium. Hand sanitizer machines will also be placed throughout the stadium.
All food, beverage and retail purchases will be cashless. The Ravens accept Visa and other products, including Amex and Mastercard. Google Pay and Apple Pay will also be accepted. Reverse ATMs in sections 117, 146, 226 and 250 will be available for fans who need to exchange their cash for a Visa prepaid debit card.
Other health measures will also be implemented, including increased cleaning, the installation of Plexiglas shields at all cashiers and limited capacity in retail areas.