His plate piled full of turkey and trimmings, a bearded man in a faded blue sweatshirt turned from the chow line to find a seat in the Helping Up Mission. Not so fast, Bart Scott said.
"I don't see nothin' green there. Momma said to eat your vegetables, bro," said Scott, squeezing a steaming mound of collard greens onto the man's plate.
For two hours Monday night, as he has done for most of the past 10 years, Scott, the former Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker, dished out Thanksgiving victuals to more than 400 men fighting addiction and homelessness. At times, the line snaked out the mission's cafeteria toward East Baltimore Street. But Scott and a handful of Ravens and...
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