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When it comes to Baltimore sports fans, there are few who would argue against the notion that Cal Ripken Jr. is the most revered professional athlete ever put on a uniform and represent Charm City. Now, the Baltimore legend — who was the personification of the Orioles franchise for 21 outstanding seasons — believes it’s time for him to pass the torch, at least as it relates to the iconic No. 8 that was emblazoned upon his Orioles jersey for two-plus decades. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is the prohibitive favorite to earn the NFL MVP Award. In fact, any other outcome in the voting would be shocking. While the Ravens did fall short in their Super Bowl aspirations this season, Jackson is poised to lead the team to potential championship runs for many seasons to come. It’s in this belief that Ripken asserts it’s time for Baltimore to anoint Jackson as the top No. 8 in town. “It’s his time, though. He is No. 8. He’s the No. 8 in Baltimore now,” Ripken said, per Dan Connolly of The Athletic . After Jackson th