Ravens to visit Annapolis

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ANNAPOLIS -- The Baltimore Ravens are planning to visit lawmakers in Annapolis on Thursday, and they're bringing the Lombardi Trophy.

House Speaker Mike Busch and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. told their respective chambers on Wednesday that the Super Bowl champions would be visiting.

Miller told reporters that Ravens President Richard Cass would visit, along with a few members of the team, though he didn't say which Ravens would be visiting. Wide receiver Torrey Smith, who is interning for Baltimore Democratic U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, visited the House of Delegates last week.

While lawmakers may be excited to see the Super Bowl champions, the general public isn't so lucky. Busch told his chamber that the reception with the team would be for lawmakers only -- no families allowed. Miller told reporters that they too are out of luck when it comes to visiting with the team.

abrownfield@washingtonexaminer.com

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