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Baltimore Ravens announce that President Dick Cass will be retiring following 18 years with the team

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Posted at 5:53 PM, Feb 04, 2022
and last updated 2022-03-24 14:23:29-04

BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens have announced that President Dick Cass will be retiring following 18 years with the team.

When Steve Bisciotti became the team’s majority owner in 2004, his first hire was naming Cass as president.

Bisciotti on Friday named longtime sports executive Sashi Brown as his successor.

The transition becomes effective April 1.

Brown will assume the exact responsibilities currently held by Cass, overseeing all business areas of the organization, including finances, budgeting, non-football personnel, corporate sales, operations, communications and business ventures.

"It's hard to adequately express my gratitude and respect for what Dick provided to the Ravens the last 18 years," Bisciotti said in a statement. "He raised the level of those he served, and he did it with an intelligent, impressive set of leadership skills. He is and will always be part of the foundation of what the Ravens are and what the Ravens stand for."