Snoop Dogg was in da house at the Baltimore Ravens training camp Thursday, watching from the sideline before helping the team end practice with a chant he borrowed from linebacker Ray Lewis.
Snoop arrived at the morning session with an entourage that included a man who held an umbrella over the rap star’s head. Snoop made himself comfortable on the sideline and watched for about an hour before joining the team in the middle of the field after the drills were done.
Snoop Dogg led the Ravens through their favorite chant — one Lewis calls “Dogs in the House” — before practice ended with a whoop from the players.
“None of us woke up this morning saying Snoop was gonna break us down today,” running back Le’Ron McClain said. “It’s crazy, but it’s a great feeling.”