It's not easy being a rookie in the NFL. The playbooks are HUGE, the opponents are HUGER, and everyone is really, really fast. Even the fat guys!More »
Ray Rice has a purpose in the NFL: picking up tons of yards and helping the Ravens make another deep playoff run.
But Rice has goals off the field too. One of the biggest ones: putting a stop to bullying.
“Everyone is affected by bullying," Rice says. "It can damage, change or even end a life and there is no excuse for it – ever. I want to encourage kids to be leaders, not followers, and to reach out to someone who may need a friend. It’s so important to be kind to one another, and I will do my part to say that loud and often.”
Rice is one of the athletes and stars who are teaming up with design online custom t-shirt company CustomInk for their “Be Good to Each Other” campaign. At the bottom of this story you can check out the shirt that Rice himself designed. (If your parents choose to buy one, CustomInk will donate all profits from the sale of custom bullying prevention t-shirts to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center). If you want a chance to win the shirt Ray Rice designed, click here!
Ray is already off to a fast start this season. See if he can keep the momentum going when he takes on SI Kids' 10 Questions! Read on to see his answers...
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