BALTIMORE — Throughout the town on Monday, several Baltimore Ravens players volunteered their time as part of the "Huddle for 100" program that recognizes the 100th season for the NFL and encourages people to donate 100 hours of service to the community.
Matthew Judon, Justin Tucker and Marshal Yanda were among the Ravens that were out volunteering on Monday.
Willie Sneed and Lamar Jackson came to the Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club to meet with the volunteers that help the kids.
They didn't show up empty handed, Lamar Jackson had two tickets for one of the volunteers at the Boys & Girls Club..
Lamar say's he's happy about the reception he's been given in the short time he's been in his new city.
"New town, you know I'm from Florida," Jackson said. "They just embrace me like I'm family. I love the support, you know I love being a Raven."