People Are In Love With This NFL Player For Taking Home A “Not-So-Adoptable” Dog

“I think I just became a Ravens fan.”

Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley scored a major touchdown with a local animal shelter and pet lovers alike when he took home a “not-so-adoptable” dog.

Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley scored a major touchdown with a local animal shelter and pet lovers alike when he took home a “not-so-adoptable” dog.

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Stanley, a rookie player with the Ravens, visited the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter on Saturday with his girlfriend and teammate Alex Lewis, according to the shelter’s Facebook page.

Stanley, a rookie player with the Ravens, visited the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter on Saturday with his girlfriend and teammate Alex Lewis, according to the shelter's Facebook page.

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“We are looking for dog that's been here a long time and maybe not-so-adoptable,” Stanley said, according to staff.

“Our matchmakers were delighted,” the shelter said in its post.

Stanley and his girlfriend met a few dogs. But Stanley fell for a six-year-old dog named Winter, who was found on a vacant property on a hot day with no electricity or open windows.

Stanley and his girlfriend met a few dogs. But Stanley fell for a six-year-old dog named Winter, who was found on a vacant property on a hot day with no electricity or open windows.

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