Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Were you in Baltimore celebrating with the Super Bowl champions? Show us.
Help our readers relive the champion celebration by adding your own photos and videos from Tuesday's parade to our Neighborhood Gallery. Were you unable to attend the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl championship celebration? It's OK. You didn't miss much. Just: Attention Instagrammers: Use the hashtag #PatchRavens to show your Purple Pride in our parade gallery. Watch the video above and then tell us what was your favority part of Tuesday's celebration? How about the season? Do you believe in destiny? Show our hometeam some love in the comments section below. Related Content:
Friday, February 1, 2013
Although Falls Church High School Football Coach Said Aziz thinks the 49ers are going to win the Super Bowl, he hopes Smith, who he coached in 2005, has a great game.
Ask Falls Church High School Head Football Coach Said Aziz whom he thinks will win Super Bowl XLVII and he won’t hesitate to say it’s the San Francisco 49ers. Aziz, however, does want to his former Stafford High School player and now Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, to have a good game. In 2005 when Smith was quarterback at Stafford in Northern Virginia, Aziz was the offensive line coach and defensive coordinator. “He was a really good kid,” Aziz said Friday. “I do want Torrey to have a good game.” According to the Ravens website, before playing his college football at the University of Maryland, Smith earned honorable mention All-Northwest Region as a quarterback his senior year. Smith also earned All-District academic honors …
Friday, December 14, 2012
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith will host a holiday party at Sarah’s Hope at Hannah More Friday night for shelter residents. The event is not open to the public.
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- Marc Shapiro
Friday, December 14, 2012
A Baltimore Raven will be in Reisterstown Friday night at an event that has absolutely nothing to do with football. Instead, wide receiver Torrey Smith will let his dreadlocks down and host a holiday party for residents of Sarah’s Hope at Hannah More. The event is not open to the public. The shelter houses families, single women, men with children and married couples who are homeless, and many residents who are victims of domestic violence. The shelter provides meals, job assistance, case management, housing assistance and refers residents to other services like group therapy and substance abuse treatment. The shelter’s services work perfectly in concert with the Torrey Smith Foundation, which focuses on helping at-risk youth and those who…