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Torrey Smith's charity hoops game draws 5,000 to Comcast Center

On Saturday, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Smith hosted his fourth celebrity basketball game as part of his Torrey Smith Foundation.

This year's game was moved from his Fredericksburg, Va., high school to his alma mater, University of Maryland's Comcast Center. It drew about 5,000 fans.

Renamed "The Battle of the Beltway," the game pitted Baltimore Ravens players against Washington Redskins players. Besides helping Smith's foundation, this game also benefitted the foundation of Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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