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Ravens defensive back & co-captain Anthony Levine, Sr. celebrated for his efforts in uplifting the youth

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Posted at 4:17 PM, Feb 05, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-05 17:17:35-05

BALTIMORE — On Friday, state legislators and community leaders celebrated Baltimore Ravens defensive back and Co-Captain, Anthony Levine, Sr., for his efforts in uplifting the City's youth.

Levine's, a two-time Super Bowl Champion, commitment to tackling hard plays has transcended beyond his football career into neighborhoods across Maryland.

However, here in Baltimore, the city he calls home, he has shown thousands of hopeful youth, that they matter and are seen. His transformative yet humble approach is what helps him win games and win opportunities for families in Baltimore.

As the founder of the Anthony Levine Sr. 4Every1 Foundation, he has established a legacy in this city by investing in the future leaders of tomorrow. His consistent investment in Baltimore’s youth, education system and fight against poverty are what set him apart so, even when he is no longer a Raven, he and his legacy, will forever live on in the City of Baltimore.