Baltimore Ravens proprietor Steve Biscotti donated $100,000 to assist rebuild 3 Louisiana church buildings that have been just lately burned down in an arson assault, former NFL participant Benjamin Watson stated Wednesday.Watson wrote in a tweet that Biscotti referred to as him Sunday to devote the cash.FORMER NFL STAR IS HELPING TO REBUILD three LOUISIANA CHURCHES RUINED IN ARSON ATTACKS3 Baptist church buildings have been centered over a 10-day span from March 26 to April four: St Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre; Higher Union Baptist Church in Opelousas; Mount Delightful Baptist Church in Opelousas.A GoFundMe web page has already raised greater than $2 million as of Friday.Watson tweeted April nine he used to be tracking the location sparsely. He then reached out to the pastors of the church buildings and helped release the GoFundMe.\n Baltimore Ravens proprietor Steve Biscotti talks at the box sooner than their sport in opposition to the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&amp;T Financial institution Stadium on September 11, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.\n \u201cIn talking with those pastors I'm in awe and impressed via their religion and braveness, comforting their congregations and members of the family,\u201d Watson informed the New Orleans Recommend. \u201cThru unhappiness and surprise they spoke of forgiveness for the arsonist and style for day after today. Most significantly they spoke of being crushed via toughen from folks of goodwill and all religions from across the nation. They usually have been humbled via what God has already achieved thru this sequence of occasions.\u201dCLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPHolden Matthews, the 21-year-old son of an area sheriff's deputy, used to be arrested and charged with arson within the church assaults. He pleaded now not in charge to the costs Monday.