A non-profit formed by Aaron that has been established to provide aid, both personal and economic, to help underprivileged and at risk youth excel beyond their current conditions.
Aaron Maybin’s time with the Cincinnati Bengals ended on Tuesday night on HBO’s “Hard Knocks” when Marvin Lewis released the linebacker. (Well, technically it ended when he was released on August 18.) But before he was released, HBO opened the third episode of the season showing Maybin in a far different environment than the football field: an art studio. That national audience... [Read more]
Aaron Maybin’s career took a surprising turn for the better last night — ’cause after the linebacker was 86′d from the Cincinnati Bengals on “Hard Knocks,” demand for his artwork went through the roof … TMZ has learned. Maybin’s demise from the team was chronicled on the HBO docu-series last night — along with his passion for painting. Cameras rolled... [Read more]
September 9, 2012 – 7:49 PM By Jay Skurski EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Aaron Maybin was diplomatic following the New York Jets’ 48-28 dismantling of the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium today. “I mean, yes, it feels good. I’ll say that,” Maybin said with a smile that made it clear he’d like to say more, but thought better of it. “Obviously we would have liked to have... [Read more]
Bryant Johnson, Aaron Maybin and Keion Carpenter at Sinai Pediatrics This year Aaron Maybin and his charity, Project Mayhem visited numerous Baltimore City schools, after school programs and Sinai Children’s Hospital to promote the importance of art education through workshops and media interviews. Project Mayhem is committed to servicing youth through athletics, art and mentorship. To get involved,... [Read more]
BY MANISH MEHTA / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2011, 10:37 PM The self-portrait hangs in a Baltimore condominium, a blend of sharp and faded colors that reveal the artist’s pain. The man on the canvas is crying behind a smiling mask. His eyes are closed. Footprints of his dead son are in the upper right hand corner. “There were a lot of things I was struggling with while I was painting... [Read more]
On March 5, 2011 the 2nd Annual “Celebration of the Arts”gala presented by Aaron’ Maybin’s Project Mayhem Charitable Fund will be held at the distinguished Joseph Meyerhoff hall, home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO). It tops off the Project Mayhem “Celebration of the Arts” Week spanning February 26 -March 5, 2011 which consists of Aaron Maybin and celebrity... [Read more]
Please join Aaron, Keion Carpenter and their NFL colleagues as they join with Woodlawn Recreation for the 2011 Commitment for Change (C4C) youth summer football camp. With similar ties to Baltimore and the NFL, both Keion and Aaron share a commitment to giving back. Inspired by their personal journey to the NFL, they have designed this year’s 6 day clinic to teach young athletes the tools... [Read more]