Baltimore Ravens fans break through barriers and walk with players during a victory parade Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, in Baltimore. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in NFL football's Super Bowl XLVII 34-31 on Sunday.
Here's to you
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and the rest of the team speaks to the fans at City Hall.
Kickers get rings, too!
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker wins a Super Bowl in his rookie season. Not bad.
Ed's turn to celebrate
Ravens safety Ed Reed finally gets a chance to celebrate a Super Bowl title.
Crowd shows up
Baltimore shows up dressed in purple to salute its heroes.
Hey there, Ray
Ray Rice shows off some dance moves while standing on a float.
Basking in the glory
Ravens WR Anquan Boldin takes pictures of the crowd as tight end Ed Dickson looks on.
Ravens nose tackle Haloti Nagata gets to hoist the Lombardi Trophy during the parade.
Here's the band
The Ravens band marches down the street during their Super Bowl XLVII victory parade.
Start the procession
Military Humvees carry Ravens player down Pratt Street in Baltimore.
Meet the public
Head coach John Harbaugh gets up close and personal with the fans.
Thanks for everything
Wide receiver Jacoby Jones (center) waves to fans as he and teammates celebrate.
Fans join in
Ravens fans break through barriers and walk with players during a victory parade.
Thousands of fans fill M&T Bank Stadium and some even bring Fatheads to the party.
There's the MVP
Ravens quarterback is making the media rounds after winning the Super Bowl, but he's there in person for the parade.
One last title
Ray Lewis carries the Vince Lombardi Trophy and holds it up for the fans at M&T Bank Stadium.
The fans show up en masse to M&T Bank Stadium to celebrate the Ravens win.