TOWSON, Md. - It's was a big day for students at Stoneleigh Elementary School in Baltimore County.
Ravens players were there as part of the NFL Play 60 campaign.
They talked to the kids about the importance of good health
"It's so important for you guys to get active and have it as a part of your life," said Ravens safety James Ihedigbo. "None of us would be in this position if we didn't."
The players and NFL also presented Debbie Phelps, the director of the education foundation of Baltimore County schools with a $10,000 check.
Stoneleigh Elementary was selected as a Play 60 super school because of the passion it has shown for the Ravens and the excitement students have demonstrated throughout the season.
The $10,000 will go to supporting health and wellness at the school.
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