Less than a month after being drafted into the NFL, Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen knew just who to thank.Queen, the No. 28 overall pick out of LSU, gifted a new Range Rover to his mother, Mary Sue, on Sunday in celebration of Mother’s Day.“For all the sacrifices!” tweeted Queen, who has yet to officially sign his rookie contract. “Happy Mother’s Day to the best of the best!&quot;For all the sacrifices! pic.twitter.com/gvWwgHkWGo&mdash; PQ™️ (@Patrickqueen_) May 10, 2020 Queen’s parents consider his birth a miracle after they struggled for at least three years to have a child. Both Queen’s father, Dwayne, and Mary Sue have been instrumental in pushing their son to become a standout player in high school and college, helping him become a first-round pick.“I think he’s ready to grow and expand,” his mother recently told The Baltimore Sun. “I have not seen him so happy. He does not show emotions too much.”Queen is just the latest Ravens rookie to publicly share a big gift for their mother. Last year, receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown surprised his mom, Sharron James, with a new house and a new car after signing his rookie contract.