The Baltimore Ravens have seen a plethora of their players throw out a first pitch at Camden Yards over the course of the 2021 offseason. Quarterback Lamar Jackson, wide receiver Rashod Bateman, and head coach John Harbaugh have thrown a baseball (or football in Harbaugh’s case) across home plate, and another Raven added his name to that list on Sunday afternoon in outside linebacker Tyus Bowser, who took the mound before the Baltimore Orioles played the Tampa Bay Rays.
Tyus Bowser threw a pretty decent 1st pitch for a linebacker pic.twitter.com/LRGXKyBslb
— Ben Brown (@BenBrownPL) August 8, 2021
Bowser performed well on the baseball diamond before the Orioles game on Sunday, but on the football field he is expected to have a big year with an increased role. He has shown that he is extremely versatile with his ability to drop back into coverage, play the run and rush the passer. He’ll be relied upon to make a big impact for the Ravens in 2021, and many are confident he can do just that.
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