Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice visited a school in Glen Burnie this week.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The Baltimore Ravens running back spent some time Tuesday with the kids and faculty at St. Paul's Lutheran School.
Joey Donnelly sat in his Gambrills home this past Sunday and watched his favorite Ravens football player, Ray Rice, score a touchdown on the team's way to their sixth victory this season. Two days later, Rice would sling his massive arm around Donnelly's shoulder on stage in front of all of his friends and classmates. "It's an indescribable feeling," said Donnelly, 11, who has become the most popular kid at St. Paul's Lutheran School since he was announced the winner of The Greene Turtle's contest to bring the Pro-Bowl running back to class. Donnelly jumped around his house after he got the phone call from his dad. "I just couldn't believe it," Donnelly told Patch. Rice shook hands, signed autographs and posed for pictures with with Joey …