During the recent controversy surrounding NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, there have been a number of opinions shared on both sides of the debate.
One of the prominent opinions from fans who disagree with the protests has been something along the lines of: "Instead of kneeling, players should be taking it upon themselves to go out in their communities and actually do something to help."
Of course, a significant number of players who have protested have also been doing just that. One of those players is Ravens eighth-year safety Anthony Levine, who has dug his heels into the community after signing a two-year deal to remain in Baltimore this offseason. As part of establishing the "4 Every 1 Foundation," Levine has developed a unique relationship with an area high school football team.