Cornerback Lardarius Webb is donating $15,000 in sports equipment and apparel to the Baltimore Boys and Girls Club through his charity organization, the Lardarius Webb Foundation.
Working in partnership with Good Sports, the 7th year Ravens corner presented the donation at Webster Kendrick Club in Baltimore. Webb also recently had his Celebrity Charity Softball Game with members of the Ravens team and coaches this past Sunday with proceeds going to his foundation to help underpriviledged children in Baltimore.
Webb's foundation is getting ready to start his fourth annual football camp on June 7th and June 21st in Alabama and Louisiana. The event is free for the first 300 kids. For more information on the football camp, you can visit here.
Lardarius Webb was drafted in 2009 in the third round out of Nicholls State College. While Webb has never been in the Pro Bowl, his work speaks for itself when healthy as one of the premier shutdown corners. Webb's ability has earned him a 6-year contract extension worth $50 million back before the 2012 season. He later went to tear his ACL that year but was able to recover and come back last year, gaining confidence and his speed as the year wore on. Webb finished with 74 tackles, 2 interceptions and 22 pass deflections. He is looking forward to coming back at 100% this season and hopefully earning that first Pro Bowl nod.