And finally, you'll read plenty over the next couple of weeks and during the holiday season about Ravens players helping out in the community and giving back. None of it will probably get the attention it deserves, but I wanted to point out a pretty cool thing that Ravens quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell and his wife, Cheryl, did for The Salvation Army Ken Carlson Boys and Girls Club in Winston-Salem, N.C. According to an article last week in the Winston-Salem Journal, The Jim and Cheryl Caldwell Foundation donated an estimated $70,000 for the opening of a "Project Phoenix Learning Center" at the Boys and Girls Club. The learning center includes 20 new computers and other interactive instructional software, along with other new furniture and equipment. Caldwell has ties to the Winston-Salem area from his days as the head coach at Wake Forest.