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Justin Tucker
K #9
Height:
6-0
Weight:
189
Age:
25
College:
Texas
Hometown:
Austin, TX
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2014):

FGA
32
FGM
27
PCT
84.4
LNG
55
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesOverall FGsOverall FgsPATKickoffs
GGSBlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
TOTAL 1 61 106 95 89.6 107 107 100 0 250 65.4 146 98 23.2
2014 BAL 14 0 1 55 32 27 84.4 39 39 100 0 80 65.3 55 24 23.4
2013 BAL 16 0 0 61 41 38 92.7 26 26 100 0 82 63.4 42 38 23
2012 BAL 16 0 0 56 33 30 90.9 42 42 100 0 88 67.5 49 36 23.4
Recent Games
WKOppResultOverall FGsPATKickoffs
BlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
1 CIN L 16-23 0 38 2 1 50 1 1 100 0 4 65 4 0 --
2 PIT W 26-6 0 30 4 4 100 2 2 100 0 7 64.6 6 1 --
3 @CLE W 23-21 0 38 3 3 100 2 2 100 0 5 66 4 1 --
4 CAR W 38-10 0 30 2 1 50 5 5 100 0 7 65.9 6 1 --
5 @IND L 13-20 0 52 2 2 100 1 1 100 0 3 68 2 1 --
6 @TB W 48-17 1 49 3 2 66.7 6 6 100 0 9 66.8 6 3 --
7 ATL W 29-7 0 38 2 2 100 3 3 100 0 5 65.6 2 3 --
8 @CIN L 24-27 0 53 3 3 100 1 1 100 0 6 69.3 3 3 --
9 @PIT L 23-43 0 46 1 1 100 2 2 100 0 5 53.2 3 1 --
10 TEN W 21-7 0 0 0 0 -- 3 3 100 0 4 66 2 2 --
12 @NO W 34-27 0 55 2 2 100 4 4 100 0 7 65 6 1 --
13 SD L 33-34 0 33 4 4 100 3 3 100 0 8 66.3 6 2 --
14 @MIA W 28-13 0 0 0 0 -- 4 4 100 0 5 68.2 3 2 --
15 JAC W 20-12 0 33 4 2 50 2 2 100 0 5 63 2 3 --

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Biography

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Justin Tucker signed with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/29/12.

HONORS

• Pro Bowler (2013)
• Associated Press first-team All-Pro (2013)
• PFWA first-team All-Pro (2013)
• Special Teams Player of the Month (November, 2013)
• Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 15, 2013; Week 12, 2013; Week 10, 2013)
• GMC “Never Say Never” Moment of the Week (Week 15, 2013)
• USA Today All-Joe Team (players who are critical to their team, but don’t receive Pro Bowl nods) in 2012

CAREER

• Tucker’s 140 points in 2013 are the most in Ravens franchise history
• Made 33-straight FGs in 2013, ranking as the fourth-longest streak in NFL history
• Tucker’s 38 FGs made in 2013 are the most in Ravens single-season history, besting Matt Stover (35) in 2000
• His 90.9% FG success rate (30-of-33) in 2012 was the second best by a rookie kicker in NFL history (Blair Walsh, 92.1% in 2012)
• Kicked a franchise-record 61-yard game-winning FG (his sixth-career game-winning FG) as part of a franchise-record 6 FGs (29, 24, 32, 49, 53, 61) in the 18-16 victory at Det. (12/16/13)...Tucker is the only kicker in NFL history to kick FGs from 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 yards in a single game
• Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month in November 2013 after connecting on all 14 FGAs and 7 PATs, totaling 49 points in five games
• Nailed a 44-yard FG with 1:42 left in the game to seal the victory for Baltimore at Mia. (10/5/13)...It was his fourth-career (third regular season) game-winning FG
• Connected on his first postseason game-winning FG (a 47-yarder) in double overtime in the 38-35 victory in the Divisional game at Den. (1/12/13)
• Kicked his second-career game-winning FG (first in overtime) on a 38-yarder with 1:07 remaining in the 16-13 OT victory at SD (11/25/12)
• Connected on a franchise-record 7 PATs in the 55-20 victory vs. Oak. (11/11/12)
• Kicked his first game-winning FG (a 27-yarder as time expired) in the 31-30 victory vs. NE (9/23/12)
• Became the Ravens’ single-season leader in FGs made of 50-or-more yards (4) as a rookie in 2012...Is the first rookie in NFL history to make 2 50-plus-yard FGs in two games (Greg Zuerlein - STL - became the second on 12/12/12)
• Connected on a franchise single-season-record 42 PATs in 2012
• Established a rookie-franchise-record with 132 points in 2012
• One of only two rookie free agents (Deonte Thompson) to make the Ravens’ 53-man opening-day roster (2012)

2013: (16/0) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl nod after posting a franchise-record 140 points, including a franchise-record 38 FGM (on 41 attempts) and the second-highest FG percentage in Ravens history (92.7)...Kicked a franchise-record 61-yard game-winning FG (his sixth-career game-winner), as part of a franchise-record 6 FGMs (29, 24, 32, 49, 53, 61), in the 18-16 victory at Det. (12/16), becoming the only kicker in NFL history to kick FGs from 20-, 30-, 40-, 50- and 60-yard range in a single game...At one point, he made 33-consecutive FGs, the fourth-longest streak in league history, while his 38 FGs made in 2013 tie (Matt Stover, 2000) for the most in Ravens single-season history Earned Special Teams Player of the Week and the GMC “Never Say Never” Moment of the Week honors after kicking a franchise-record 61-yard game-winning FG (his sixth-career game-winner), as part of a franchise-record 6 FGMs (29, 24, 32, 49, 53, 61) in the 18-16 victory in game 14 at Det. (12/16)
• Tied a then-franchise single-game record, connecting on all 5 FGAs with 16 points in the 22-20 win in game 12 vs. Pit. (11/28)
• Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November after connecting on all 14 FGAs and 7 PATs, totaling 49 points in five games
• Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the second time in three weeks after scoring 13 points, connecting on all 4 FGAs (30, 26, 33, 53) and his lone PAT in the 19-3 win in game 11 vs. NYJ (11/24)
• Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after kicking his fifth-career game-winning FG (a 46-yarder in overtime), as well as one other FG in regulation (36 yards), 2 PATs and kicked off 5 times, placing 4 in the end zone, including 3 TBs, in the 20-17 win in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/10)
• Totaled 14 points after connecting on 4 FGAs (42, 50, 25 and 44 yards) and both PATs in the 26-23 victory in game 5 at Mia. (10/6)...His 44-yard FG with 1:42 left in the game sealed the victory for Baltimore...It was his fourth-career (third regular season) game-winning FG

2012: (16/0, 4/0) Named to USA Today’s All-Joe Team in 2012 after playing in all 16 games as a rookie, finishing fourth in the AFC and ninth in the NFL with 132 points (franchise record by a rookie)...Connected on 90.9% of his FGAs (30 of 33), which is the second-best mark in franchise history and second best by a rookie kicker in NFL history...Hit all 42 of his PATs, establishing a single-season franchise record...Tucker kicked two game-winning FGs (11/25 at SD and 9/23 vs. NE) in regular season and became the Ravens’ single-season leader of made FGs of 50-or-more yards (4)...Is the first rookie in NFL history to make 2 50-plus-yard FGs in two games (Greg Zuerlein - STL - became the second on 12/12/12)...One of only two rookie free agents (Deonte Thompson) to make the Ravens’ 53-man opening-day roster
• Kicked his second-career game-winning FG (first in overtime) on a 38-yarder with 1:07 remaining in the 16-13 overtime victory in game 11 at SD (11/25)...Was 3-of-3 on FGAs (including a game-tying 38-yarder as time expired in regulation to tie the game)
• Posted 13 points, while connecting on a franchise-record 7 PATs and both his FGAs (48 and 34) as part of a franchise record 55-point output in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/11)
• Was true on both FGAs (51 and 54 yards) and his lone PAT in game 7 at Hou. (10/21)...Became the Ravens’ single season leader in FGs made of 50-or-more yards (4)...Became the first rookie in NFL history to make 2 50-plusyard FGs in two games (Greg Zuerlein - STL - became the second on 12/12/12)
• Connected on all 3 FGAs (28, 26 and 39) in the 9-6 victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)...Also posted his first career special teams tackle against the Chiefs
• Kicked his first game-winning FG (a 27-yarder as time expired) in the 31-30 victory in game 3 vs. NE (9/23)
• Was true on all 3 FGAs, including a then-career-long 56-yarder, and both PATs in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)...The 56- yard FG tied a then-team record (Wade Richey)...Became the first rookie in NFL history to make 3 FGs of 48 yards or more in a single game
• Played in his first-career NFL game and connected on all 5 PATs and 3 FGAs (46, 40 and 39) in game 1 vs. Cin. (9/10)
• Posted 28 points (4 FGs and 16 PATs), helping the Ravens score 124 points in four playoff games Nailed the game-winning 47-yard FG in double-overtime and connected on all 5 PATs in the 38-35 victory in the Divisional game at Den. (1/12/13)
• Played in his first-career postseason game and was true on all 3 PATs, his lone FGA (23 yards) and produced touchbacks on all 5 KOs in the 24-9 victory in the Wild Card Game vs. Ind. (1/6/13)

COLLEGE: Kicked in a variety of roles over his four seasons at Texas...Handled kickoff duties in 52 games and placekicking duties in 25 contests...Kicked off 328 times for an average of 63.3 yards per kickoff and 64 TBs...Posted 190 career points by connecting on 40 of 48 FGAs (83.3%) and all 71 PATs...His 83.3% on FGs is tied for third best all time at Texas...Also a rugby-style punter who registered 155 punts for 6,283 yards (40.5 yards per punt)...Saw action in all 13 games as a senior, making 17 of 21 FGAs (81.0%), including a long of 52 yards...Earned second-team All-Big 12 honors by the Associated Press and one of UT’s Frank Denius Most Valuable Special Teams Player Awards...Averaged 64.5 yards per kickoff with 12 TBs, adding 63 punts for 2,471 yards (39.2 average)...Connected on the game-winning FG at in-state rival Texas A&M as time expired, earning his second Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week award of the season...Appeared in all 12 games in 2010, gaining honorable mention honors from the Associated Press... Tallied 96 points after converting 23 of 27 FGAs (85.2%) and 27 of 27 PATs...His 23 FGs made were second on the UT single-season list...Kicked off 65 times for an average of 61.7 yards per kick with 15 TBs...Added duties as a punter, posting 35 punts for 1,442 yards (41.2 yards per punt)... Handled kickoff and punting duties as a sophomore for the Longhorns as they went 13-1 and earned a spot in the BCS National Championship game...Kicked off 99 times for an average of 62.3 yards per kick, adding 14 TBs...Held opponents to an average starting field position of the 27- yard line...Kicked off 94 times (64.5 yards per kick average) and punted 14 times for 633 yards as a freshman...Posted a 46.8 yards-per-punt average, which is tied for first in Texas’ bowl game history, on 5 punts and also kicked off 5 times for 316 yards against No. 10 Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl... Majored in music at Texas.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Westlake (Austin, TX) HS...Was a three-year letterman as a placekicker, making 30 of 44 FGs and 155 of 162 PATs...Also saw action at CB, WR and safety...Ranked as the No. 3 placekicker in the nation according to ESPNU...Named third-team 5A All- State by the Texas Sports Writers Association and first-team All-District as a senior...Also tallied 8 receptions for 185 yards and 2 TDs as a receiver...Earned first-team All-District honors and helped Westlake advance to the 5A Division I State Championship game as a junior...Added 45 tackles on defense...Tucker and his fiancee, Amanda Bass, are planning a summer 2015 wedding.

COMMUNITY: In July 2013, hosted his first Justin Tucker Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the local community in Joppa, MD...Volunteered with Ravens staff and teammates for a build day with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake... Helped on the construction site of 18 new rowhomes, including three that were funded by the Ravens Foundation... Hosted a pizza and karaoke party for the families of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore...Joined teammates at the tenth annual Ravens and Police Athletic League coat distribution to Baltimore homeless men at the Helping Up Mission...Attended the Kickin’ it for Casey Cares event, to benefit the Baltimore foundation that provides ongoing, uplifting programs to critically ill children and their families...Participated in events that promote PLAY 60, the NFL movement for an active generation...Events included the Hispanic Heritage Youth Football Clinic in downtown Baltimore (2012) and the Hometown Huddle Ravens’ TEAM Challenge (2012-13)...In 2012, attended the Big Brothers Big Sisters “Biggest Little Tailgate Party” at M&T Bank Stadium...Participated in the Opening Ceremony for Patterson Park’s new Youth Sports and Education Center...Continues to support his teammates’ community efforts and those of the Ravens organization by attending Vonta Leach’s “Shoot for A Cure” Billiards event for breast cancer awareness, Lardarius Webb’s Celebrity Softball Game, the Ngata Family Foundation Luau Event and former Raven Jonathan Ogden’s “A Ringside Gala”...Attended the Ravens’ Spring Football Festival, the Ravens’ Goodwill Gridiron Halloween party to benefit Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake and the Lavender Ladies VIP Dinner, and A Purple Evening, both annual women’s events for Purple, the team’s official women’s club.

Download 2011 Bio Update TRANSACTIONS

Justin Tucker signed with the Ravens as a rookie free agent on 5/29/12.

HONORS

• Pro Bowler (2013)
• Associated Press first-team All-Pro (2013)
• PFWA first-team All-Pro (2013)
• Special Teams Player of the Month (November, 2013)
• Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 15, 2013; Week 12, 2013; Week 10, 2013)
• GMC “Never Say Never” Moment of the Week (Week 15, 2013)
• USA Today All-Joe Team (players who are critical to their team, but don’t receive Pro Bowl nods) in 2012

CAREER

• Tucker’s 140 points in 2013 are the most in Ravens franchise history
• Made 33-straight FGs in 2013, ranking as the fourth-longest streak in NFL history
• Tucker’s 38 FGs made in 2013 are the most in Ravens single-season history, besting Matt Stover (35) in 2000
• His 90.9% FG success rate (30-of-33) in 2012 was the second best by a rookie kicker in NFL history (Blair Walsh, 92.1% in 2012)
• Kicked a franchise-record 61-yard game-winning FG (his sixth-career game-winning FG) as part of a franchise-record 6 FGs (29, 24, 32, 49, 53, 61) in the 18-16 victory at Det. (12/16/13)...Tucker is the only kicker in NFL history to kick FGs from 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 yards in a single game
• Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month in November 2013 after connecting on all 14 FGAs and 7 PATs, totaling 49 points in five games
• Nailed a 44-yard FG with 1:42 left in the game to seal the victory for Baltimore at Mia. (10/5/13)...It was his fourth-career (third regular season) game-winning FG
• Connected on his first postseason game-winning FG (a 47-yarder) in double overtime in the 38-35 victory in the Divisional game at Den. (1/12/13)
• Kicked his second-career game-winning FG (first in overtime) on a 38-yarder with 1:07 remaining in the 16-13 OT victory at SD (11/25/12)
• Connected on a franchise-record 7 PATs in the 55-20 victory vs. Oak. (11/11/12)
• Kicked his first game-winning FG (a 27-yarder as time expired) in the 31-30 victory vs. NE (9/23/12)
• Became the Ravens’ single-season leader in FGs made of 50-or-more yards (4) as a rookie in 2012...Is the first rookie in NFL history to make 2 50-plus-yard FGs in two games (Greg Zuerlein - STL - became the second on 12/12/12)
• Connected on a franchise single-season-record 42 PATs in 2012
• Established a rookie-franchise-record with 132 points in 2012
• One of only two rookie free agents (Deonte Thompson) to make the Ravens’ 53-man opening-day roster (2012)

2013: (16/0) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl nod after posting a franchise-record 140 points, including a franchise-record 38 FGM (on 41 attempts) and the second-highest FG percentage in Ravens history (92.7)...Kicked a franchise-record 61-yard game-winning FG (his sixth-career game-winner), as part of a franchise-record 6 FGMs (29, 24, 32, 49, 53, 61), in the 18-16 victory at Det. (12/16), becoming the only kicker in NFL history to kick FGs from 20-, 30-, 40-, 50- and 60-yard range in a single game...At one point, he made 33-consecutive FGs, the fourth-longest streak in league history, while his 38 FGs made in 2013 tie (Matt Stover, 2000) for the most in Ravens single-season history Earned Special Teams Player of the Week and the GMC “Never Say Never” Moment of the Week honors after kicking a franchise-record 61-yard game-winning FG (his sixth-career game-winner), as part of a franchise-record 6 FGMs (29, 24, 32, 49, 53, 61) in the 18-16 victory in game 14 at Det. (12/16)
• Tied a then-franchise single-game record, connecting on all 5 FGAs with 16 points in the 22-20 win in game 12 vs. Pit. (11/28)
• Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November after connecting on all 14 FGAs and 7 PATs, totaling 49 points in five games
• Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the second time in three weeks after scoring 13 points, connecting on all 4 FGAs (30, 26, 33, 53) and his lone PAT in the 19-3 win in game 11 vs. NYJ (11/24)
• Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after kicking his fifth-career game-winning FG (a 46-yarder in overtime), as well as one other FG in regulation (36 yards), 2 PATs and kicked off 5 times, placing 4 in the end zone, including 3 TBs, in the 20-17 win in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/10)
• Totaled 14 points after connecting on 4 FGAs (42, 50, 25 and 44 yards) and both PATs in the 26-23 victory in game 5 at Mia. (10/6)...His 44-yard FG with 1:42 left in the game sealed the victory for Baltimore...It was his fourth-career (third regular season) game-winning FG

2012: (16/0, 4/0) Named to USA Today’s All-Joe Team in 2012 after playing in all 16 games as a rookie, finishing fourth in the AFC and ninth in the NFL with 132 points (franchise record by a rookie)...Connected on 90.9% of his FGAs (30 of 33), which is the second-best mark in franchise history and second best by a rookie kicker in NFL history...Hit all 42 of his PATs, establishing a single-season franchise record...Tucker kicked two game-winning FGs (11/25 at SD and 9/23 vs. NE) in regular season and became the Ravens’ single-season leader of made FGs of 50-or-more yards (4)...Is the first rookie in NFL history to make 2 50-plus-yard FGs in two games (Greg Zuerlein - STL - became the second on 12/12/12)...One of only two rookie free agents (Deonte Thompson) to make the Ravens’ 53-man opening-day roster
• Kicked his second-career game-winning FG (first in overtime) on a 38-yarder with 1:07 remaining in the 16-13 overtime victory in game 11 at SD (11/25)...Was 3-of-3 on FGAs (including a game-tying 38-yarder as time expired in regulation to tie the game)
• Posted 13 points, while connecting on a franchise-record 7 PATs and both his FGAs (48 and 34) as part of a franchise record 55-point output in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/11)
• Was true on both FGAs (51 and 54 yards) and his lone PAT in game 7 at Hou. (10/21)...Became the Ravens’ single season leader in FGs made of 50-or-more yards (4)...Became the first rookie in NFL history to make 2 50-plusyard FGs in two games (Greg Zuerlein - STL - became the second on 12/12/12)
• Connected on all 3 FGAs (28, 26 and 39) in the 9-6 victory over the Chiefs in game 5 at KC (10/7)...Also posted his first career special teams tackle against the Chiefs
• Kicked his first game-winning FG (a 27-yarder as time expired) in the 31-30 victory in game 3 vs. NE (9/23)
• Was true on all 3 FGAs, including a then-career-long 56-yarder, and both PATs in game 2 at Phi. (9/16)...The 56- yard FG tied a then-team record (Wade Richey)...Became the first rookie in NFL history to make 3 FGs of 48 yards or more in a single game
• Played in his first-career NFL game and connected on all 5 PATs and 3 FGAs (46, 40 and 39) in game 1 vs. Cin. (9/10)
• Posted 28 points (4 FGs and 16 PATs), helping the Ravens score 124 points in four playoff games Nailed the game-winning 47-yard FG in double-overtime and connected on all 5 PATs in the 38-35 victory in the Divisional game at Den. (1/12/13)
• Played in his first-career postseason game and was true on all 3 PATs, his lone FGA (23 yards) and produced touchbacks on all 5 KOs in the 24-9 victory in the Wild Card Game vs. Ind. (1/6/13)

COLLEGE: Kicked in a variety of roles over his four seasons at Texas...Handled kickoff duties in 52 games and placekicking duties in 25 contests...Kicked off 328 times for an average of 63.3 yards per kickoff and 64 TBs...Posted 190 career points by connecting on 40 of 48 FGAs (83.3%) and all 71 PATs...His 83.3% on FGs is tied for third best all time at Texas...Also a rugby-style punter who registered 155 punts for 6,283 yards (40.5 yards per punt)...Saw action in all 13 games as a senior, making 17 of 21 FGAs (81.0%), including a long of 52 yards...Earned second-team All-Big 12 honors by the Associated Press and one of UT’s Frank Denius Most Valuable Special Teams Player Awards...Averaged 64.5 yards per kickoff with 12 TBs, adding 63 punts for 2,471 yards (39.2 average)...Connected on the game-winning FG at in-state rival Texas A&M as time expired, earning his second Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week award of the season...Appeared in all 12 games in 2010, gaining honorable mention honors from the Associated Press... Tallied 96 points after converting 23 of 27 FGAs (85.2%) and 27 of 27 PATs...His 23 FGs made were second on the UT single-season list...Kicked off 65 times for an average of 61.7 yards per kick with 15 TBs...Added duties as a punter, posting 35 punts for 1,442 yards (41.2 yards per punt)... Handled kickoff and punting duties as a sophomore for the Longhorns as they went 13-1 and earned a spot in the BCS National Championship game...Kicked off 99 times for an average of 62.3 yards per kick, adding 14 TBs...Held opponents to an average starting field position of the 27- yard line...Kicked off 94 times (64.5 yards per kick average) and punted 14 times for 633 yards as a freshman...Posted a 46.8 yards-per-punt average, which is tied for first in Texas’ bowl game history, on 5 punts and also kicked off 5 times for 316 yards against No. 10 Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl... Majored in music at Texas.

HIGH SCHOOL, PERSONAL: Prepped at Westlake (Austin, TX) HS...Was a three-year letterman as a placekicker, making 30 of 44 FGs and 155 of 162 PATs...Also saw action at CB, WR and safety...Ranked as the No. 3 placekicker in the nation according to ESPNU...Named third-team 5A All- State by the Texas Sports Writers Association and first-team All-District as a senior...Also tallied 8 receptions for 185 yards and 2 TDs as a receiver...Earned first-team All-District honors and helped Westlake advance to the 5A Division I State Championship game as a junior...Added 45 tackles on defense...Tucker and his fiancee, Amanda Bass, are planning a summer 2015 wedding.

COMMUNITY: In July 2013, hosted his first Justin Tucker Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the local community in Joppa, MD...Volunteered with Ravens staff and teammates for a build day with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake... Helped on the construction site of 18 new rowhomes, including three that were funded by the Ravens Foundation... Hosted a pizza and karaoke party for the families of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore...Joined teammates at the tenth annual Ravens and Police Athletic League coat distribution to Baltimore homeless men at the Helping Up Mission...Attended the Kickin’ it for Casey Cares event, to benefit the Baltimore foundation that provides ongoing, uplifting programs to critically ill children and their families...Participated in events that promote PLAY 60, the NFL movement for an active generation...Events included the Hispanic Heritage Youth Football Clinic in downtown Baltimore (2012) and the Hometown Huddle Ravens’ TEAM Challenge (2012-13)...In 2012, attended the Big Brothers Big Sisters “Biggest Little Tailgate Party” at M&T Bank Stadium...Participated in the Opening Ceremony for Patterson Park’s new Youth Sports and Education Center...Continues to support his teammates’ community efforts and those of the Ravens organization by attending Vonta Leach’s “Shoot for A Cure” Billiards event for breast cancer awareness, Lardarius Webb’s Celebrity Softball Game, the Ngata Family Foundation Luau Event and former Raven Jonathan Ogden’s “A Ringside Gala”...Attended the Ravens’ Spring Football Festival, the Ravens’ Goodwill Gridiron Halloween party to benefit Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake and the Lavender Ladies VIP Dinner, and A Purple Evening, both annual women’s events for Purple, the team’s official women’s club.

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