Ravens Sign 2017 Public Relations Interns

RAVENS SIGN 2017 PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNS

The Baltimore Ravens announced Friday the signing of two season-long public relations interns for the 2017 campaign. David Wolf signed a one-year extension, while the newly-acquired Megan Boyle joins the Ravens after spending the past year working as a communications and public relations intern with the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Wolf, a North Carolina native, enters his second season in Baltimore after originally inking his first contract in June 2016.

Prior to his rookie NFL season, Wolf attended UNC Charlotte, where he graduated with a degree in communications in May 2016. While with the 49ers, he spent his final three years interning in the media relations department.

"I'm thrilled to extend my run with the Ravens and continue to contribute to such a storied franchise," Wolf said. "The organization's winning and inclusive culture blew me away in my first season, and it's an honor to re-join this team for another year."

Boyle, who was acquired during intern free agency, graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2016 with degrees in communications & rhetoric and English literature. A former sports writer, she was recruited by the Pitt athletics office in 2013 to become a media relations intern, which sparked her public relations journey.

Since then, the South Jersey native has held internships with the National Football League and Pittsburgh Steelers. Rest assured, however, that no one will ever see her wave a Terrible Towel or chant, "Here we go!" at any point during the season. She is all in with the Ravens now.

During her time with the ACC, Boyle served as the primary media coordinator for six Olympic sports, while also handling secondary football and men's basketball responsibilities. 

"I am elated to join the Baltimore Ravens this season," Boyle stated. "They have a talented and well-respected public relations staff, and I'm eager to learn as much as I can from the group."

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