On Wednesday, President Barack Obama welcomed the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens to the White House.
He congratulated the players and praised the team for the the goal-line stand that closed the deal for their Super Bowl trophy and for their charitable work in blue collar Baltimore. He singled out QB Joe Flacco for winning the Super Bowl most valuable player award and a long touchdown pass in a playoff game in Denver. All of which helped him earn a $100 million-plus contract in the off-season! “Good timing with that contract up,” Obama said.
In the above picture, he’s shaking the hand of linebacker Ray Lewis, who he cited for returning from injury to lead the defense in the playoffs.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh gave Barack, the 44th president, the traditional team jersey emblazoned “MR PRESIDENT” with No. 44. Ha!
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