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Donte’ Stallworth was awarded the Ravens’ 2010 Ed Block Courage Award by his teammates, the Ed Block Foundation announced on Thursday.
Stallworth will be honored at a press conference on Tuesday, Dec. 28 at Baltimore’s Sports Legends Museum.
As the Ravens’ Ed Block representative, Stallworth joins 31 other recipients of the award across the league.
The Ed Block foundation annually honors a player from each NFL team who, in the eyes of his teammates, exemplifies a commitment to sportsmanship and courage.
Last year, safety Dawan Landry was the Ravens’ Ed Block Courage Award honoree.
On March 8th, the foundation will celebrate 33 years of recognizing courage in the NFL, while improving the lives of abused children and families at risk in NFL cities throughout the country.