Ravens cornerback Corey Graham, who played high school football at Turner-Carroll, continues to celebrate a Super Bowl title.
Graham made several big plays in the Ravens win over the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans on Sunday. He was credited with six tackles and broke up a couple of passes. Graham came up with a couple of key stops on second and third down in the sequence late in the fourth quarter where the Ravens were clinging to a five point lead and kept the 49ers out of the end zone, essentially sealing the 34-31 win.
"Words can't even express it. It's been amazing. This whole ride this year has been amazing. I couldn't ask for anything more.
We've been fighting all year. I mean the guys out there play for each other... love each other... and we found a way to get it done."
When asked what he had to say to family and friends back in Buffalo?
"We're the best in the world baby."
After high school, Graham played at the University of New Hampshire, and then spent five seasons with the Chicago Bears. Graham joined the Ravens this season looking to make the most of the opportunity to play more at cornerback.
Did he ever.
Graham and the Ravens will celebrate the Super Bowl title with a parade in Baltimore on Tuesday.