Ray Lewis remembers Baltimore 'Batman'

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Ray Lewis called Baltimore's 'Batman,' Lenny Robinson, 'a true living angel.'

Ray Lewis is remembering another Baltimore original.

Lewis, the face of the Ravens who won two Super Bowls and is a certain Hall of Famer, sent a Tweet out Tuesday morning about Lenny Robinson, the Owings Mills man who dressed as Batman and was killed Sunday night in a traffic crash in Western Maryland.

This isn’t the first time Lewis has taken to social media to support a cause or person. After the Baltimore riots in April he took to his Facebook page and made a passionate plea to stop the violence. He was supposed to be part of ESPN NFL Draft coverage in Chicago, but chose to stay in Baltimore

“This is an opportunity for everybody to find out who they are in trying times,” Lewis said in late April. “The spotlight is on us, it's on Baltimore. We're all we got. We have an opportunity to change Baltimore.”

He also visited Frederick Douglass High with other Ravens to support the school in the aftermath of the Freddie Gray riots. 

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