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Tailgating before Ravens vs. Chiefs Week 2 | PHOTOS

Ravens fan Jose Garcia, right, of Rosedale, invited Leila and Clay Matin, from left, for food and drinks as they walked by his tailgate party before the Ravens Chiefs game at M & T Bank Stadium on Sept. 19, 2021. The Martins just moved to Maryland from Kansas City two months ago and did not know Garcia until today.
(Kenneth K. Lam)

Tailgating before Ravens vs. Chiefs Week 2 | PHOTOS

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Fans tailgate before the Ravens vs Chiefs game at M&T Bank Stadium.,
(Kenneth K. Lam, Kevin Richardson)
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Ravens fan Jose Garcia, right, of Rosedale, invited Leila and Clay Matin, from left, for food and drinks as they walked by his tailgate party before the Ravens Chiefs game at M & T Bank Stadium on Sept. 19, 2021. The Martins just moved to Maryland from Kansas City two months ago and did not know Garcia until today.
Ravens fan Jose Garcia, right, of Rosedale, invited Leila and Clay Matin, from left, for food and drinks as they walked by his tailgate party before the Ravens Chiefs game at M & T Bank Stadium on Sept. 19, 2021. The Martins just moved to Maryland from Kansas City two months ago and did not know Garcia until today. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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Professional catering chef Patrick Morrow prepares a tailgating party for about 50 football fans before Ravens' season home opener.
Professional catering chef Patrick Morrow prepares a tailgating party for about 50 football fans before Ravens' season home opener. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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Ravens fan Chuck Bryant grills chickens as he tailgates before the first home game on Sept. 19, 2021. Bryant has tailgated at the same parking spot from across M & T bank Stadium for 20 years except for last season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ravens fan Chuck Bryant grills chickens as he tailgates before the first home game on Sept. 19, 2021. Bryant has tailgated at the same parking spot from across M & T bank Stadium for 20 years except for last season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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Ravens fan Ethan Webber, of Linthicum, tosses a football as his group tailgates before Ravens' season home opener at M & T Bank Stadium.
Ravens fan Ethan Webber, of Linthicum, tosses a football as his group tailgates before Ravens' season home opener at M & T Bank Stadium. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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Alexander Falcon, Jr., right, of Woodbridge, Va., a Patrick Mahomes fan, and his father Alexander Sr., are attending their first NFL game. They were able to get tickets for seats on the third row for Ravens' game against the Chiefs at M & T Bank Stadium.
Alexander Falcon, Jr., right, of Woodbridge, Va., a Patrick Mahomes fan, and his father Alexander Sr., are attending their first NFL game. They were able to get tickets for seats on the third row for Ravens' game against the Chiefs at M & T Bank Stadium. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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Alexander Falcon, Jr., right, of Woodbridge, Va., a Patrick Mahomes fan, is attending his first ever NFL game with his father.
Alexander Falcon, Jr., right, of Woodbridge, Va., a Patrick Mahomes fan, is attending his first ever NFL game with his father. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Fans return to the stadium to cheer in person
Alan Hannon, 55, from Severna Park was eager to return to cheer on the Ravens, "this first time I've ever been in more than 20 minutes before kickoff, said Hannon.
Alan Hannon, 55, from Severna Park was eager to return to cheer on the Ravens, "this first time I've ever been in more than 20 minutes before kickoff, said Hannon. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)
Fans return to the stadium to cheer in person
Vanessa Payne, 57, Baltimore “My hair is not purple for the ravens. The Ravens wear purple for me,” Payne said jokingly.
Vanessa Payne, 57, Baltimore “My hair is not purple for the ravens. The Ravens wear purple for me,” Payne said jokingly. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)
Fans return to the stadium to cheer in person
Maalik Hutchinson, 31, from Tuscaloosa, Alabama came to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs against Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
Maalik Hutchinson, 31, from Tuscaloosa, Alabama came to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs against Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)
Fans return to the stadium to cheer in person
Matthew Sheppard, 15, right, from Clarksville, MD is excited to see live football again. "I'm an Eagles fan, but coming to see [Mahomes] drop dimes, I’m excited,” said Sheppard.
Matthew Sheppard, 15, right, from Clarksville, MD is excited to see live football again. "I'm an Eagles fan, but coming to see [Mahomes] drop dimes, I’m excited,” said Sheppard. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)
Fans return to the stadium to cheer in person
Fans line up at Gate D, waiting for the return of football to M&T Bank Stadium.
Fans line up at Gate D, waiting for the return of football to M&T Bank Stadium. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)
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