OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens don't play at Heinz Field for four months, but it felt a little like Pittsburgh on Sunday, Troy Polamalu Jerseys when the Ravens blasted the song "Renegade" on their speakers to start team drills.
The Styx song is the adopted anthem of the Pittsburgh Steelers and is often played at Heinz during the biggest moments of the game.
But Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace, Antonio Brown Jerseys who played his first four seasons in Pittsburgh, doesn't believe it provides the same edge as it did previously.
"I don't think it works for them as well anymore because everybody likes the song," Wallace said. Ben Roethlisberger Jerseys "I think everybody gets hyped. At first, it kind of caught people off guard and it was an advantage for them. I don't think it's an advantage for them anymore."
The Ravens typically play "Renegade" during training camp and their regular-season practices. Le'Veon Bell Jerseys Even though the 1979 hit song is often linked to the Steelers, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said it's on his playlist.
"It's a good song. Styx is a fine group," Harbaugh said. "I've always loved them. It might be their best song."
The Ravens will hear that song on Dec. 10, when they play at Pittsburgh. Ryan Shazier Jerseys Does playing "Renegade" on Sunday get them thinking for that showdown?
"It's a long way away," Harbaugh said. "We have a lot of games before that. But, yeah, we enjoy that song."
For Harbaugh, it helps to enjoy that song when the Ravens have won four of their seven regular-season trips to Pittsburgh.