A Bel Air devotee pays tribute to her husband by fully decorating the Ravens mansion.

Bel Air, Maryland —

Fans of the Baltimore Ravens are going all out to display their purple passion, with one fan in Bel Air having decorated their entire house inside and out.


Football’s ability to heal transcends victories and defeats in Terri Schwartz’s heart.

Postseason time is severely enforced outside. “I handle the lighting,” Schwartz remarked. “Each week, if they make it further into the playoffs, I add a little something out there.”


The newest addition to Schwartz’s front yard following the Ravens’ game versus the Houston Texans was Poe, the team’s mascot. However, her year-round Ravens-themed décor fills nearly every nook and cranny of her fan cave.


Helmet signed by Ray Lewis, photos, cushions, bobbleheads, and flags. “Even my dog is dressed in her small jersey,” Schwartz remarked.



Schwartz wasn’t a big sports fan growing up. When the Ravens came to town, she became a fan. She and her husband, Wally, could watch the games together with their girls, as many other Ravens supporters can understand. It forged a relationship that grew even more significant in 2016 following her husband’s cancer diagnosis.


“When my husband got sick, it was still that thing that brought us joy, and we would get together even if it was even though it’s just a few hours a week; it’s something to look forward to, just forget about all the other stuff, you know?” stated Schwartz.

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