Ogden Pitches in to Help Fan Enjoy Game

Player Positives Ogden Pitches in to Help Fan Enjoy Game

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Most of us are very familiar with the feeling of hustling and bustling to get things done so we can enjoy a little free time in our lives.

For some, that free time includes being able to catch a movie or spend time with loved ones and for others it’s being able to relax on a Sunday to watch their favorite NFL team.

This past Sunday, Baltimore resident and Ravens fan Chase Loetz got some big help in his rushing to get things done.

Former Raven and Hall of Fame tackle Jonathan Ogden, along with Miller Lite, helped Loetz with his daily responsibilities so he could enjoy the Ravens game (well until the end at least).

Some of the tasks Ogden helped Loetz with included walking the dog and cleaning the dishes before the two hung out to watch the game together.

Ogden has always maintained a presence in and around Baltimore since retiring following the 2007 season. His Jonathan Ogden Foundation has played a key role in improving the lives of many people including young people in disadvantaged communities, where the foundation helps them develop self esteem through athletics and education.

While Ogden always dominated with his 6’9”, 345-pound frame on the football field, he now uses his giant sized heart off the field to help others whenever he can.

Class act all the way J.O.

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Brian Bower is avid football fan, born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He has covered the Baltimore Ravens and NFL player positives in the community for the past 6 years. This will be his 3rd season with the Russell Street Report. His work has been featured on NFL.com, ESPN blogs, Comcast SportsNet Baltimore, as well as the Baltimore Ravens web page. He is also a regular guest on local radio and ESPN Radio in Honolulu, Hawaii. Brian is very involved in the community and has spent the last twenty years as a volunteer firefighter. Email him at [email protected]

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