Marlon Humphrey gets a charge out of unusual fan mail

One fan apparently doesn't want Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey to be without a cell-phone charger ever again.

Humphrey posted on Twitter a picture of a charger and several cords, calling it "some unusual fan mail."

About two weeks ago, Humphrey was arrested on third-degree robbery charges; he allegedly stole a charger valued at $15, according to a police report. Humphrey's lawyer Paul Patterson said that he believes the case will be dismissed.

Police say Humphrey borrowed a charger from his Uber driver but refused to give it back when arriving at a hotel. Humphrey, the Ravens' first-round pick from a year ago, told the Ravens that it was a misunderstanding regarding the charger, according to a statement from the team.

Humphrey has a preliminary hearing scheduled for March 1 in Tuscaloosa County District Court. The judge will hear evidence at that time and decide whether to proceed or dismiss the case. Humphrey was arrested for allegedly stealing a $15 phone charger.