Feast for a hero in Cleveland

He’s become a national celebrity and been offered —

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target="_blank">and turned down — free burgers for life

from several area restaurants.

He’s been immortalized in the form of

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target="_blank">tattoos. He’s gotten a

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engagement.

And now Charles Ramsey can add “hangs out with NFL

players” to the list, too.

On Monday night, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little

tweeted out the following picture of himself, Browns cornerback Joe

Haden and Ramsey, apparently after partaking in a little BBQ.

Ramsey became a national hero when he came to the rescue of

three captive girls in his Ohio neighborhood. It’s tough to

say how long his string of good fortune will last, but he certainly

deserves it for what he did. And there’s comfort in knowing

that even after Ramsey fades back into the shadows, the video that

really made him famous will continue to live on: