Ravens players do what it takes to stay healthy, and they want the fans to do the same.
The team sponsored free skin cancer screenings before Thursday night’s game.
Melanoma is one of the most common and most treatable cancers.
The team also honored several people impacted by melanoma, including the family of Wayne Stinchcomb.
The say the Ravens were a part of their family, and it’s a fitting way to honor the man they love.
Raven’s Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron was diagnosed with Melanoma, but early detection helped him beat the disease.
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