Patrick Chaney takes pride in his work at the Baltimore Ravens.
"This is a National Football League team. Millions of people go to see these on a regular basis, and I'm a part of them. I'm a team member," Patrick said.
He got the job through Best Buddies International, which helps people with intellectual and development disabilities find jobs.
The nonprofit helped him create a resume, find a job and practice interview etiquette.
Now, he's on the field helping NFL players with tasks on and off the field.
"I'm running around, collecting laundry, loading it up in the washer and dryer, folding it, putting it back out on the sidelines. During practice, I'm holding the down markers, helping with the jugs and pitching machine," Patrick said.
Even though it's been three and a half years, he's still gets starstruck.
"These players are met by, looked at by millions of people on a regular basis, and I'm, like, 'I know them by name, first-name basis, and they know me on a first-name basis,'" he said.
It's estimated that 84% of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities do not get paid to work.
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