BALTIMORE (AP) -The Baltimore Ravens are urging fans attending Saturday night's NFL preseason game not to leave early.
Baltimore area swimmer Michael Phelps is scheduled to swim his final race at the Beijing Olympics after the game ends, and the Ravens have been granted permission by NBC to show the race live on the stadium SmartVision boards.
Phelps potentially could be swimming for his eighth gold medal of the Beijing Games, which would break the record of seven golds in a single Olympics, set in 1972 by Mark Spitz.

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