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    These men are a part of the only co-ed stunt team in the NFL. When they're not on the field hoisting their teammates into complex stunts, they are out helping in the Baltimore Community and being role models for young fans. Pictured from left to right (back row): Mike, Omololu, Sean, Joseph, Tom, John, Chris, Brian, (front row) James, Trevor, Tyler, Greg, Tony, Nathan, Nick.
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    Whitney J. is from Ravenswood, W.Va. and is a full-time student at Marshall University.
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    Courtney Lenz works in sales and marketing and attended Towson University.
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    Tanya V., of Towson University, is a full-time student and hopes to become a special education teacher.
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    Stephanie is attending Morgan State University where she is working towards getting an M.B.A.
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    Spencer B. is a communications project specialist at Johns Hopkins University.
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    Serena B. is a full-time student at Community College of Baltimore.
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    Sarah H., of Harford Community College, hopes to own her own business.
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    Sarah, from Annapolis, Md., is a full-time student at the University of Maryland and hopes to become a pediatric registered nurse.
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    Sammi Jo C., of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Saint Vincent College, is a science teacher and cheerleading coach.
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    According to the Ravens, "Like many of her teammates, Rachel wanted to become a Ravens Cheerleader because the Ravens are the only team with a stunt squad. A former James Madison University Cheerleader, she has been cheering for seven years in total and two for the Ravens."
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    NaShanta E., of Morgan State University, is an IT specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau.
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    Megan A., of Stevenson Unversity, is a financial recruiter from Westminster, Md.
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    Lindsay P. grew up in Baltimore, Md. and is a full-time student who hopes to be a dental hygienist.
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    Leslie A., of University of Maryland, College Park, is the COO of Sanders Optimum Fitness and works in project management at Constellation Energy Nuclear Group.
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    Kristen D., from Long Island, N.Y., attended University of Maryland, College Park. She is a high school chemistry and nutrition science teacher.
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    Kori K., of Community College of Baltimore County, hopes to become an ultrasound technician. Prior to cheering for the Ravens, Kori was a member of the Baltimore Blast Cheerleading Team.
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    Kellie Lee G., of Community College of Baltimore County-Catonsville, is a patient account representative and mother.
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    Keishawna G., of Morgan State University, is an assistant project manager.
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    A former captain of Marshall University's Dance Team, Jo T. is an environmental scientist at URS Corporation.
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    JoAnna P., of Hartford Community College, is an administrative assistant with T. Rowe Price.
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    Jessica M., of the University of Maryland, is a marketing coordinator.
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    Janine Z., of the University of Delaware, grew up in Ocean City, Md. and is the head manager of a chain of retail stores.
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    Jane B., of Virginia Tech, works in television and radio sales operations.
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    Jaime A., of West Virginia University, is from Follansbee, W.V. and works in human resources.
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    Hillary J. is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland and originally from Baltimore, Md.
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    Gabrielle S. is originally from Allentown, Pa. and attended Penn State University. She is a dental administrative assistant.
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    Dana W., of Vernon N.J. and the University of Maryland, is a kindergarden teacher.
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    Dana F., of Chesterfield, Va. and Virginia Tech, is a systems engineer.
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    Courtney D., of Doylestown, Pa. and James Madison University, is a graphic designer.
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    Cathy C., of Sun Prairie, Wis. and the University of South Carolina, is a business analyst.
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    Brittany W., of Pasadena, Md. and Towson University, is a waitress and hopes to become the CEO of a large corporation.
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    Brandi R., of Stillwater, Okla. and Oklahoma State University, is a pharmaceutical sales representative.
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    Angel P., of Baltimore, Md. and Harford Community College, hopes to become a nurse.
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    Amy H., of Spotsylvania, Va. and Christopher Newport University, is a pharmaceutical sales representative.
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    Amanda D., of Bowie, Md. and Virginia Tech, is a product developer who hopes to have her own clothing line.
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    Alyssa D., of Kent Island, Md., Towson University and American University of Rome, is a management and program analyst.
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    Adriene B. of Mt. Airy, Md. and University of Maryland, College Park, is a vet technician.
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    Abbey E., of Virginia Tech, is a special education teaching assistant who hopes to become a special education teacher.
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