The Orioles and Ravens will always be connected by the fan bases and parking lots they share. But now, the connection is even more direct. Ravens first-round draft pick Hayden Hurst's best friend and high school teammate, DJ Stewart, recently made his Major League debut for the Orioles. Hurst was there to support when he got his first RBI in the big leagues. The best part? They were both drafted 25th overall by their Baltimore teams.
Speaking of good friends, C.J. Mosley knows the way to Eric Weddle's heart. Weddle's love for Kobe has been well-documented, so Mosley surprised him with this thoughtful gift.
But, Terrell Suggs was NOT a fan of this friendship.
In another show of good sportsmanship, Robert Griffin III extended his heartfelt congratulations to his former team after the Browns notched their first win in 635 days. Until Thursday night's game, Griffin was the last quarterback to win a game for the Browns, dating back to 2016.
Over the weekend without Ravens football, many players took the opportunity to cheer on their alma maters.
Justin Tucker's son, Easton, still had to rep dad though.
I'm here for all the cute kid Instagrams.
Come Monday, it was back to work.
Ray is always taking time for his community.
Hayden Hurst visited local Towson University with the non-profit We're All A Little "Crazy," a mental health advocacy organization that Hurst works with.
Marlon Humphrey joined Anthony Levine's radio show.
What a mood.
Another good throwback was this play by Shannon Sharpe. Just how they drew it up.
Dance us out, Alex.