Athletes have been making news recently, and it hasn't been entirely positive. From domestic violence to drunk driving to confrontations with media and fans, sports figures have been highlighted in the news.
Those stories have pushed aside those of athletes who are working to improve their hometowns and their communities.
“That’s just the way it is,” the Ravens inside linebacker said Monday evening during an appearance at the
Monday night's event kicked off a cooperative effort between UAF and Baker Tilly to assist in providing affordable housing and community development in this country. Lewis' presence signaled an opportunity to help the city of Baltimore, but Lewis pointed out that he is one of approximately 100 pro athletes associated with UAF.