BALTIMORE (AP) -- It's parade day in Baltimore, and thousands of fans are pouring into downtown to cheer on their Super Bowl champion Ravens.
Traffic is tied up downtown Tuesday morning and near the Ravens stadium, where the parade will end with a party.
The parade begins with a short ceremony at City Hall at 10:45 a.m. Team members are then expected to be carried through the streets in more than 30 vehicles, with a police and fire honor guard leading the way, along with the team's band.
The free celebration at the stadium is expected to begin at 12:30 p.m.
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