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SociaLight: Sneak Peek at My Cause, My Cleats


It's the holiday season, which means it's time once again for 25 Days of Giveaways! Stay tuned on all the Ravens social media channels every day for ways you can win autographed merchandise from your favorite players and great prizes from our partners.

December also concludes Pro Bowl voting for your Ravens! Tweet #ProBowlVote + Player's Name to cast your vote and send the squad to Orlando!

This week kicked off the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative. The project allows players to wear customized cleats during one game to bring awareness to a cause or charity that is important to them.

Most Ravens will be rocking their custom cleats at the Dec. 16 home game versus the Buccaneers. More players' cleats will be posted as we near closer to the game, but Eric Weddle, Ronnie Stanley and Michael Pierce offered sneak previews.

Mark Andrews, a Type 1 Diabetic, also shared he will be supporting JDRF, a leader in diabetes research, with his cleats.

Andrews shared this precious photo of a young fan rocking his jersey and proudly showing off his Dexcom G6, a device that monitors glucose for diabetics without requiring a finger prick.

Last Sunday's "Charm City" game had a few Ravens getting nostalgic for their childhoods in Baltimore. I love when life comes full circle like this.

After a second-straight game of over 100 yards rushing, Gus Edwards shared this dominant throwback to his high school football days.

C.J. Mosley and Matthew Judon sported grillz at the game. After that three-sack performance, maybe Judon should wear them every week!

This week, it's on to Atlanta! If you've made the trip, keep your eyes out for the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders visiting the Atlanta Ravens Flock!

I'll leave you this this post from James Hurst, because I just can't resist a good puppy picture. How cute is Hurst's pup?

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Happy Weekend everyone, keep up the #ProBowlVote!

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