The Baltimore Ravens are considering an increase in ticket prices for the 2017 season despite missing the playoffs in each of the last two years.

Teams often raise prices after successful seasons due to higher demand.

"Also since we last raised prices, we've spent about $45 million improving the stadium and over the next two and a half years, we're going to spend an additional $120 million, and that will include putting in some escalators and elevators to the top level, which will make a lot of our PSL holders up there happy," team president Dick Cass said. "So we're seriously considering a price increase."