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First responders going to the Super Bowl

Posted at 5:32 PM, Jan 28, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-28 17:32:18-05

BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens just keep giving. The squad will not be going to the Super Bowl this year, but they are making sure their fans are. The Ravens teamed up with Tampa General Hospital to honor healthcare workers.

Man of the "Every Year" Calais Campbell surprised those who save lives with a saved seat for this years Super Bowl.

Surgeon Tara Barry, went to med school in Baltimore, lived off of MLK. Missed the Super Bowl run for the Ravens in New Orleans because she had to take a test the next day. "So excited, so surprised, I'll be wearing my Number 8 Lamar."

Joel Forsyth, grew up in Hagerstown. Went to Boonsboro High. Started working at Carrabba's in Hunt Valley. Glory Days in Towson. Padonia Station. Met his wife at Pickles. Worked at Shock Trauma before heading south to the anesthesia department.

"Thursday was my off day and my boss told me to come in. Said I wasn't in trouble"

Ronetta Lambert. Started the COVID unit at TGH. Her first apartment was in Owings MIlls.

One night a knock at the door, "I'd like to introduce you to the Ravens new rookie" It was Ray Lewis! She took at pad an pencil to the surprise meeting. Her boss had to tell her, "You won", because she had no idea. She says this is a once in a lifetime moment.

The CEO of TGH is John Couris who hit the NFL up and the Ravens joined in by giving 7500 health care workers a moment to remember. So those who wear scrubs and goggles will be cheering on those wearing helmets and shoulder pads.