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A capacity crowd of roughly 6,000 people swelled the IronBirds' stadium to watch Webb and several teammates at his fourth annual charity softball game that benefits his foundation.
“The turnout is great, man,” said Webb, who took cuts at the plate with a designated runner assigned to circle the basepaths for him as he continues to recuperate from a torn anterior cruciate ligament sustained last October against the
The offense defeated the defense in a loose, informal game with roughly 40 players participating.
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"This is one of those weekends, but I do a lot in the community," said Smith, a former Maryland standout. "Anytime my teammate has something, I'll be there. It comes with the territory."
Besides Webb, Smith, Koch, Jones and Rainey, the large group of players that attended included offensive tackle
"It's very important," Webb said. "It's all about the fans. They come support us all year long. They travel. To come out and take pictures with them, give them autographs, interact with them, it's important. We're coming out here and enjoying it while we're here."
Added Ihedigbo: "I support Webb in everything he's doing. It's a great time to spend time with the fans. It's a great day, beautiful weather, best fans i nthe world."
Meanwhile, Webb has been taking part in the Ravens' organized team activities on a limited basis and has been backpedaling and cutting. He has reiterated several times that he's making quick progress and expects to return in time for the regular season.
"Yes, it's coming along," Webb said. "I'm taking it slow, working my butt off, coming along."