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Baltimore Ravens surprise Mom with a tribute to her late superfan son Mo - CNN Video

September 12, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

The Baltimore Ravens unveiled a new section of M&T Bank Stadium dedicated to Mo Gaba, a huge Ravens fan who lost his battle with cancer earlier this year at the age of 14. ???Mo???s Rows??? as it is being called is on the corner of one end zone and is filled with 575 cutouts of Gaba. The Ravens are also highlighting the ???MO??? in the ???BALTIMORE??? lettering in the end zone as a tribute to the courageous young fan. The Ravens said the decision to add ???Mo???s Rows??? was made after receiving many requests from fans to incorporate pictures of Mo in the fan cutouts that will appear in the lower seating bowl of the stadium. Team said in a statement that the section ???serves as a tribute to the young fan who, with his positive outlook and zest for life, captured the hearts of countless Baltimoreans.??? Mo???s mother Sonsy Gaba was given a sneak preview of ???Mo???s Rows??? and presented with a cutout of herself so that she could sit at her son???s side in the stands. Sonsy Gaba also had the opportunity to help paint the ???O??? in the end zone. A day before he passed away, an exhibit featuring Mo Gaba opened in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, displaying the Braille draft card that Gaba used to read Baltimore???s 2019 4th round draft pick. It was the first time in NFL history that a draft pick was announced using Braille.

Sonsy Gaba's Ravens superfan son, Mo, died of cancer at 14 years old. His face will fill "Mo's rows" in the Ravens stadium stands.

Sonsy Gaba's Ravens superfan son, Mo, died of cancer at 14 years old.

His face will fill "Mo's rows" in the Ravens stadium stands.

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