Ravens Players Share Thanksgiving Food Traditions

Willie Henry had a lot to say about cake while Jeremy Maclin praised his mom's sweet potato pie.

Glenn Clark, PressBox - November 20, 2017

Ravens Players Share Thanksgiving Food Traditions

Willie Henry had a lot to say about cake while Jeremy Maclin praised his mom's sweet potato pie.

Glenn Clark, PressBox - November 20, 2017

Jeremy Maclin at mini-camp. -Sabina Moran/PressBox

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If there's one thing that can bring us together in 2017, it has to be the celebration of gluttony on Thanksgiving, right? Like the rest of us, Ravens players will enjoy devouring all sorts of food this Thanksgiving. So for The 15 this month, we asked Baltimore Ravens players one very simple question. 

"What's on your Thanksgiving menu this year?"

1. Offensive Lineman Luke Bowanko
"I just learned what dressing is last year, so a bunch of dressing. Sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, all the casseroles. Or dressings! That's what's on my menu. For dessert, I'll probably go with some more dressing, sweet potato casserole with some ice cream on it. [Laughs] No, I'm a big pie guy. Apple pie, blueberry pie, not a big pumpkin pie guy. But Thanksgiving is pie season. I'm all in on pies."

For more on what makes up the Thanksgiving spread for these Ravens players—including Justin Tucker, C.J. Mosley, and Lardarius Webb—read the full story at PressBoxOnline.com. 





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