It started seven years ago, and it’s become the largest ALS event in the Baltimore area. The fight against Lou Gehrig’s disease is being led by former Raven O.J. Brigance, who was diagnosed with the disease six years ago.
The fight against ALS brings hundreds of people to the Baltimore Sound Stage, and it was all thanks to former Ravens player O.J. Brigance.
Perhaps America’s best known ALS patient lives here in Baltimore.
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He’s the man the Ravens draw their inspiration from, a portrait of courage and determination. OJ Brigance was part of the Ravens’ Super Bowl team in 2001.
I don’t believe in that kind of stuff, but something is going on. How else do you explain some of the things that have happened?
ALS is an incurable disease that kills most of its victims three to five years after diagnosis. Former Ravens player O.J. Brigance has it and has a foundation to help others.
Help celebrate O.J. Brigance’s birthday while supporting the journey to find a cure for ALS. Follow the link to donate.
Former Raven O.J. Brigance continues his fight against ALS and is raising money to help others.