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M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore Maryland
Located in Baltimore, Maryland, M&T Bank Stadium is home to the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. M&T Bank Stadium is one of the newest and most state-of-the-art stadiums ever built. M&T Bank Stadium was originally known as Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, until PSINet acquired the naming rights in 1999, naming it PSINet Stadium. It then reverted back to Ravens Stadium in 2002 when PSINet filed for bankruptcy.
In 2003, M&T Bank acquired naming rights to the stadium. Following the September 2002 death of Baltimore Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas, public sentiment leaned toward renaming the then-sponsor less stadium after the Baltimore icon. However, the Ravens and the Maryland Stadium Authority held firm in their right to negotiate naming rights fees. In the end, a plaza on the stadium's northwest corner was named "Unitas Plaza", complete with a bronze statue of the Hall of Famer. Located in downtown Baltimore, the stadium is immediately adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles. The Hamburg Street station of the Baltimore Light Rail serves the stadium.