Torrey Smith hasn't played in Baltimore since 2014, but he isn't done giving back to the community.
The 28-year-old wideout, who signed a three-year deal with the Eagles earlier this offseason, and his wife Chanel, covered the adoptions fees of 46 animals from the BARCS animal shelter after a runway show this weekend.
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Here's part of the Facebook post from BARCS:
"This year, Torrey surprised us all with a special announcement. He explained that before the show, he and his wife Chanel were discussing what more they could do for all the homeless animals they spent time with backstage. They wanted to make sure that every single one of them had an adoption application by the end of the night. Torrey and Chanel decided that they would cover the adoption fees for every single cat and dog at Pawject Runway-46 animals, wow!
"The Smith family went above and beyond, making an extra donation on top of each animals' adoption fees. It was the best finale we could ask for.
"Thank you, Torrey and Chanel, for always looking out for Baltimore's homeless dogs and cats and having such a big heart for our city."
Smith's charitable nature is rubbing off on the people around him too. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, tweeted that he matched Smith's donation.
@TorreySmithWR we also have a soft spot in our hearts for dogs so we have matched your donation to BARCS - Baltimore Animal Rescue Shelter https://t.co/wrUeP9Gkod— Drew Rosenhaus (@RosenhausSports) May 8, 2017