Ravens rookie linebacker Kenny Young talks about his journey and how he approaches the game.
Lamar Jackson saw Blakely's flag football highlights and was so impressed that he let her know she's the Ravens' winner of the Next 100 Super Bowl Contest.
Northeast football coach Walt Baskerville goes out of his way to help kids at his school.
The veteran cornerback has been an influential member of the community throughout his career, and he is Baltimore's 2019 nominee for the prestigious NFL award.
Ravens offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. went back to Pot Spring Elementary to read to the kids and hang out for the day at the place where he got his start.
Brandon Carr and countless Ravens teammates went shopping at Target with kids in need from the Baltimore area.
The Ravens donated $200,000 to Thomas Jefferson Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore City for a new HVAC system.
This holiday season, the Ravens reached out to men in the Baltimore area confronting their addictions.
Ronnie Stanley, Patrick Onwuasor, Matt Skura and Anthony Levine Sr. distribute turkeys to those in need.
Ravens PSL Owner and breast cancer survivor Lisa Cumberland thought she was receiving a video call from Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr to discuss his "Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer" initiatives. See her surprise when she finds out that Carr has something else in mind.
See why Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr has devoted himself to helping women battling breast cancer.
Matin Jones enlisted in the Army in 1987 and served for 20 years. He was wounded five times in 2005.
Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr went to Glenmount Elementary/Middle School to deliver literature boxes.
Check out how the Ravens got to work volunteering around Maryland as part of the massive community effort.
Check out some of the scenes from the 50 events around the Baltimore area in the Huddle for 100 Caw to Action.
Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor, tight end Nick Boyle, wide receiver Chris Moore and safety Chuck Clark had a great time going through drills with the athletes from Special Olympics Maryland.
Nabil Tahan enlisted in 2013 because he believes in the importance of giving back.
Mo Gaba announced the Ravens' fourth-round pick in braille, then came to practice this week to meet him and the team.
Downes joined the Air Force in 2004, two weeks after her 18th birthday. She's served in Qatar and two tours in Afghanistan.
Bill Sanstone joined the Army in 1964 and served in Vietnam for two tours.
Mo Gaba, 13, is blind and battling cancer for the fourth time. On Saturday, the Ravens superfan and local sports talk radio darling will become the first person to ever announce a draft pick using Braille.
Cerebral palsy doesn't define who Miles Taylor is. What defines him is his competitive drive, which made him a viral dead-lifting sensation.
Look back on how the Ravens reached out to help those in need in the Baltimore community in 2018.
For every field goal that Justin Tucker made last season, Campbell's donated 500 cans of soup to people in need in Maryland. That's 17,500 cans of soup this year!
Cornerback Brandon Carr hosted this year's Holiday Helpers event with a dozen teammates, treating 60 fourth- and fifth-graders to a $200 shopping spree for them and their families.
Alex Collins, Javorius Allen and more Ravens players went to Medstar Hospital to brighten the day of some patients.