The Ravens paid tribute to the 1958 Baltimore Colts to celebrate that organization’s victory over the New York Giants in the first sudden-death playoff game. “The Greatest Game Ever Played” – as it is routinely called – ended with Baltimore capturing the NFL championship. The Colts were represented by halfbacks Jack Call and Lenny Moore, safety Andy Nelson, linebacker Leo Sanford and center Dick Szymanski attended Sunday’s game. The widows of fullback Alan Ameche (Yvonne), tight end Jim Mutscheller (Pert), offensive tackle Jim Parker (Esther) and quarterback Johnny Unitas (Sandy) also were there. … Cleveland deactivated defensive tackle Carl Davis, a former Raven, rookie left tackle Desmond Harrison, wide receiver Blake Jackson, center Kyle Kalis, quarterback Drew Stanton, rookie defensive end Chad Thomas and rookie cornerback Denzel Ward. Ward was ruled out Friday because of a concussion. … Middle linebacker C.J. Mosley, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, kicker Justin Tucker and right guard Marshal Yanda represented the Ravens for the pre-game coin toss, which was won by the Ravens. … Davon Fleming, a Baltimore native who advanced to the semifinals of “The Voice,” sang the national anthem.