Former NFL wide receiver Donte Stallworth, who played for the Ravens in 2010 and spent the summer as a coaching intern with the team, joined the Huffington Post last night as a politics fellow covering national security, the site announced.
Far be it from me to talk about his credentials, but it's clear to see this is another interesting step for Stallworth. He joined the Ravens in 2010, after a year-long suspension for vehicular manslaughter.
He wasn't very productive for the Ravens but was popular with his teammates and won the Ed Block Courage award. He played two more seasons, and interned with the Ravens during the preseason under the Bill Walsh minority coaching fellowship program.
He seemed popular with the players during his time back in Baltimore, so I bet the team will be glad to see him going onto something so interesting.