GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ)–Ravens running back Ray Rice says a good breakfast helps him play harder, and he has a Super Bowl ring to prove it.
Jessica Kartalija explains the world champion is giving some powerful advice in an effort to improve student performance.
If you’re going to go out and score touchdowns, you’d better start with a good breakfast.
In an important message to hundreds of students, Rice says he gets up early and has a protein shake before he heads off to practice.
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The world champ and fan favorite made a grand entrance at Hilltop Elementary in Glen Burnie.
“If I don’t eat breakfast, things just don’t go right,” Rice said.
He gives out a generous helping of advice.
“If I didn’t eat breakfast in my meetings, I might miss protection and miss something that probably could cost us a game,” Rice said.
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