Ravens pride is on overdrive in Harford County as fans eagerly await the home team's appearance in the Super Bowl next weekend.
A number of players are taking the week off to make public appearances and thank the fans. For Harford County, that means visits from Paul Kruger, Jacoby Jones and Torrey Smith.
Kruger, a linebacker for the Super Bowl-bound team, was at Dark Horse Saloon in Bel Air Friday evening for a signing event.
While the weather delayed Kruger's arrival, the snow didn't stop the fans who paid $25 a ticket for a chance to have an item signed.
Katy Marchman, 14, was at Dark Horse with her family—mom Kim, dad Mark and sister Alex—and was the first to get a signature. Marchman, who lives with neuro-genetic disorder Angelman Syndrome and autism, is an avid Ravens fan and had Kruger sign her Ravens-themed orthotic device.
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