NFL's Ray Lewis helping sole survivor of Hudson tragedy

After the Hudson River tragedy left 10-year-old Lashaun Armstrong without a mother and three of his siblings, professional sports figures have stepped up to help him in his time of need.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis along with others have stepped up and pledged to donate a portion of their fundraising to Armstrong.

Lewis says that he plans to help Armstrong not just for the next few weeks, but for his life.

Lashaun's uncle, Tymare Armstrong, says that the fact the Lewis and other are helping is bringing a smile to Lasahun's face, especially since he watches a lot of football.

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