Wednesday was World Mental Health Day, an annual observance of mental health issues and education, with the goal of mobilizing efforts against the social stigma.
Hayden Hurst did his part.
“#MentalHealthAwareness you never know what someone else is going through,” Hurst wrote in a tweet, the Ravens rookie tight end’s first personal message since the season started. “Everybody fights their own fight. Just know you aren’t alone! Reach out to someone if they are struggling, your words could change a life or save one.”
It is a personal crusade for Hurst. He battled depression and anxiety when he was a minor leaguer in the Pittsburgh...