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Ravens Fans Send Marlon Humphrey Cell Phone Chargers After He Was Accused of Stealing One

Back in January, Marlon Humphrey was arrested for third degree robbery after allegedly stealing a cell-phone charger from an Uber driver in Alabama. Yes, you read that right. The driver of the vehicle accused the Baltimore Ravens cornerback of borrowing the charger and then refusing to return it back to him. On his way out […]
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