When you watch Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, it’s easy to be mesmerized by his video-game cuts or his uncanny tendency to deliver sensational plays immediately after he’s made mistakes. Maybe it's just as important that Jackson is a nice person.
As Kaare Vedvik and the Ravens approach the one-month mark since his apparent assault, the lessons of the incident that likely cost the Norwegian undrafted rookie an NFL kicking job this season still reverberate in the team's locker room.
From Scottsdale, Ariz., to the University of Oklahoma to Baltimore, rookie tight end Mark Andrews has preached the same message to children once like him: Diabetes doesn’t define you. It’s only a part of you.