A very heartfelt moment was shared in the Baltimore Ravens locker room following the team’s AFC Championship victory over the Patriots. O.J. Brigance, who played for the Ravens in 2000 and was diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) in 2007, presented the team with the Lamar Hunt Trophy following the game.
The honorary game captain for the Ravens during the AFC Championship Game, Brigance told the team following the win, “Congratualtions to the Baltimore Ravens. Your resiliency has outlasted your adversity. You are the AFC Champions. You are my mighty men. With God all things are possible.”
Ray Lewis, who played alongside Brigance during for the 2000 Ravens Super Bowl Champion team, addressed the influence Brigance had on the team.
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