Over the weekend, comedian Tracy Morgan stopped by Owings Mills to entertain the Baltimore Ravens with his R-rated stand up routine. On Monday, all was forgiven when a group of nuns visited the Under Armour Performance Center to greet the Super Bowl champions.
Ryan Mink of the team’s official website writes that the nuns also paid the team a visit prior to their victory in Denver in the AFC Divisional Playoff game. Are they free every week?
The nuns are longtime huge Ravens fans who get together to watch every game in a hall at the congregation. They replace the traditional black and white with their jerseys after church lets out. They all did Ray Lewis’ signature “Squirrel Dance” when watching the Super Bowl.
Oh my goodness. Is there video?
“That’s what John Harbaugh asked,” Sister Alexis Fisher said with a giggle.
Harbaugh, who Fisher called “Johnny Harbaugh,” made a particular impression.
Nuns at practice. pic.twitter.com/urM2Z3YNkr
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 26, 2013
@Ravens teaching everyone how to do a hail mary
— Jessica Hiltabidle (@haveacorndog) August 26, 2013
@Ravens I'll take the nuns and 20 points. Their quarterback is infallible.
— Claire Smith (@MzCSmith) August 27, 2013