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Ravens install SkyCam for all games

Philadelphia Eagles v Dallas Cowboys

ARLINGTON, TX - JANUARY 03: The Fox Sports Cablecam during a game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on January 3, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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It took a long time, but someone finally has done it.

The Ravens have installed a permanent SkyCam, making them the first (and only) NFL team to have the technology in place for every home game.

This will enhance the in-stadium replays and angles, as part of the effort to make the experience as good as, if not better than, watching the game at home.

High-profile NFL and college broadcasts have been using SkyCam or a similar product for years. And but for an incident in Seattle and at the Insight Bowl, the technology has been deployed without incident.

Last year, some believed a pass from Raiders quarterback Derek Carr hit a camera cable in Kansas City. It didn’t.

In Baltimore, they won’t have to worry about Ryan Mallet hitting a cable. Especially if he aims for one.