Roquan Smith has only been a member of the Ravens for a few weeks … but the former Bears linebacker is already making his presence felt in the community, handing out Thanksgiving food to Baltimore families ahead of Turkey Day.
The 25-year-old — traded from Chicago to Baltimore last month — showed up with his teammates at a local elementary/middle school to hand out food to 200 families, per WBALTV.
The outlet says Smith and other Ravens pulled their money together to purchase turkeys and side dishes for the families to enjoy on the annual holiday.
Baltimore shared videos Monday of Smith and the team packing boxes of food into cars as families came to pick up the items in time for Thursday’s celebration.
Smith and his teammates did more than just hand out birds, though … they took time to interact with community members — and Roquan even offered to take a pic with a little kid eager to meet him.
The youngster had the warmest smile as he stood next to the linebacker … and even said “cheese” while throwing up the peace sign as he posed for the camera.
Welcome to B-more, Roquan … the city already seems to love ya.