"It's just very unfortunate with the poor leadership. We just want to let them know that someone cares and it's not for show." Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett and former player Torrey Smith (now a member of the San Francisco 49ers) were in town yesterday to deliver $100,000 of water and antibacterial body wipes. They stopped by an adult daycare and Southwestern High School. "This is like a daily struggle of going to walk to get water in the snow or ... 'my skin is drying out, my hair is falling out,'" Forsett said. "To hear that story over and over again, like man, kids wearing wigs, that's crazy to me." Other players involved are New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram, a native of Flint, and Seattle Seahawks standout Marshawn Lynch. "Just looking around, you don't know which one of these houses or buildings is affected by this," Smith said. "And more so it makes me mad at the people that are running the place."