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Ravens Played The Song ‘Sweet Pea’ During Practice To Make Fun Of Jacoby Jones

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Thursday, September 26th, 2013
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The Baltimore Ravens are trying to move on from party bus gate, and what better way than to serenade the two guiltiest participants with a familiar song.

When the Ravens prepare for away games, they pipe in music to serve as crowd noise.  The loud music is usually a mix between classic rock and rap, something that can make both coaches and players happy.

According to Baltimore Beatdown, the Ravens had some fun at the expense of Jacoby Jones and Bryant McKinnie.  Among the songs played to help imitate crowd noise was Tommy Roe’s “Sweet Pea,” released in 1966.

I have never heard of this song before but I can only imagine the look on Jone’s face when this song came on.  That look had to have been priceless.

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  1. DB says:

    What makes you think he had heard the song before?

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