Baltimore Ravens show support at USO meet and greet

Ravens cheerleaders Morgan M. and Hanah I. pose for pictures with Fort Meade service members. In honor of Patriot’s Day, the Ravens Organization hosted the meet and greet. (Photos by Tynise Jones)

Two Baltimore Ravens players and two cheerleaders posed for pictures and signed autographs Monday for grinning fans.

In honor of Patriot’s Day, the Baltimore Ravens Organization hosted the meet and greet with service members outside of the Fort Meade USO Center.

Cheerleaders Morgan M. and Hanah I., along with tight end Maxx Williams and wide receiver Chris Moore, sat at multiple tables as they interacted with the long line of service members.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Chris Moore and tight end Maxx Williams interact with service members Monday outside the Fort Meade USO Center. MIssion BBQ catered the free lunch.

“It means a ton to the Ravens organization to come out here and show their support to the military,” said Kim Ferguson, manager of Marketing & Partnership Activation of the Baltimore Ravens.

Mission BBQ provided a free buffet lunch of brisket, pulled chicken, green beans, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, and peach cobbler.

“We know we wouldn’t be anywhere without the military, fans and everyone else around,” Ferguson said. “We want to make sure we’re out in the community as much as possible — helping to give back to what they’re giving us and show support.”

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