He’s not back in the NFL, but Ray Rice still has love for the city of Baltimore, and more importantly, the community.
Ray and Janay Rice heard about a youth football team working to take back a neighborhood park and they decided to help.
Upon hearing that Southwest Seminoles cheerleaders needed uniforms, Janay began to help design new ones per the Baltimore Sun.
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“We wanted to give these little girls something to look forward to,” Ray Rice said. “It was a no-brainer. I still want to be attached to the Baltimore community.”
On Wednesday evening, the Rices did Baltimore proud.
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“This is big for us — I feel loved,” said 16-year-old Lauryn Hill.
“It makes me feel that people care about us,” said Chynia Dorsey, 16, another cheerleader. “People say Baltimore kids are trouble. This makes us feel awesome.”