Ravens receiver stops bad guys at Five Guys

Rookie Tandon Doss stops stabbing at fast food restaurant before preseason game. Terry McCormick

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Rookie wide receiver Tandon Doss might have saved a restaurant manager’s life with his actions before the Baltimore Ravens’ game with the Washington Redskins Thursday night, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Doss tweeted about the matter before the game, saying, “Jus had to break up a fight at five guy. Baltimore is too ratchet!!!”

When asked about the incident after the Ravens’ 34-31 victory, Doss, a fourth-round pick from Indiana, said he broke up a fight in which two men were attacking another man at the Five Guys in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

According to the report, police said two former employees at the restaurant had attacked the manager with a knife when Doss intervened, playing the role of hero.

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