SociaLight: This Reporter’s Tweet From March Still Drives Orlando Brown Jr.

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Welcome back to SociaLight! We launched our first edition last week, and every Saturday morning, we’ll catch you up on what Ravens players (or fans) are doing and saying on social media.

It’s no secret that rookie offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. did not have the strongest showing at the Combine. Plenty of football analysts blasted his performance on television and social media, saying Brown hurt his draft stock and doubting he could make the jump to the NFL.

One such tweet stuck out to Brown.

More than five months later, after the Ravens drafted Brown in the third round, the tweet is still motivating the rookie.

If this tweet is what is driving him to improve, it’s working.

One of the best parts of training camp was Ravens players getting to meet the youngest members of the Ravens Flock. Some incredible bonds were formed, and the kids made lifelong memories.

Now, Greg Senat has a new number one fan!

Speaking of cute little Ravens, could Joe Flacco and Kamalei Correa’s families be any cuter?

It’s just the beginning my loves ❤️ #itsafamilything

A post shared by Kamalei Correa (@kamalei_correa) on

You can count Los Angeles Laker Kyle Kuzma among those who don’t appreciate the importance of NFL preseason games.

Laker fan Eric Weddle had to make sure he was rooting for the right squad.

The Ravens’ top highlight from MNF came in at No. 8 on the NFL’s top preseason plays of the week. Think that’s a fair placement?

This photo from Chris Moore’s touchdown has me singing “The Circle of Life” and picturing Senat as Rafiki and Moore as baby Simba.

4 da gang 😈😈😈

A post shared by Christopher Moore (@mulatto10) on

As the Ravens social media coordinator, I can relate to this Vince Mayle caption on Instagram. Sometimes you just want to post a photo and have no clever caption!

“Just shared a photo”

A post shared by Vino (@vincemayle) on

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