NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens have completed their on-field preparations for the Super Bowl.
Baltimore went through a short walk-through Saturday at the Superdome in front of hundreds of team officials, friends and family. The 15-minute session was more of a pep rally than a workout on the eve of Sunday's championship game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Running back Ray Rice playfully tackled his mother on the sideline and guard Marshal Yanda had a video camera attached to the top of his Ravens cap.
Afterward, coach John Harbaugh described his team's work this week as "effective." He said, "We've gotten everything we've needed to get done, that's the No. 1 thing."
The Ravens shared the New Orleans Saints' practice facility with brother Jim and his 49ers on Thursday and Friday.
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