Ray Lewis and Jim Brown visit President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and NFL legend Jim Brown paid a visit to President-elect Donald Trump at the Trump Tower in New York on Tuesday, with Lewis arriving shortly after Brown.
Cleveland pastor Darrell Scott, who accompanied Brown, said that the men planned to discuss “efforts to help young people caught up in gang violence,” according to the Baltimore Sun.
Brown told reporters after the meeting that he talked to Trump about “helping people.”
A Trump transition spokesman declined to give additional information about the meeting.
Both Lewis and Trump also attended the annual Army-Navy football game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore this past Saturday.
Ray Lewis entering Trump Tower even though Sec of Defense has ostensibly been filled. pic.twitter.com/QvilSIbfXE
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