NFL Legends in the News
The Broncos hosted 150 kids from all branches of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse on Monday, December 18 for the second annual Boys & Girls Club Holiday Party. The kids rotated through various holiday-themed stations, including cookie and ornament decorating, a photo booth, games and even holiday karaoke with offensive lineman Max Garcia and former Broncos star Steve Atwater.
Launch Trampoline Park, a national chain founded in 2012 by former NFL player Ty Law has opened a new location at the Victorian Square Shopping Center in Midlothian, Virginia. It will occupy 30,000 square feet in the shopping center and boast 15,000 square feet of jumping area, as well as basketball hoops, dodgeball courts, foam pits, a café and arcade.
Jon Dorenbos, former long snapper for the Philadelphia Eagles and performing magician, is the keynote speaker for the 11th annual Saint Thomas Rutherford Society Gala on January 20, 2018. The Gala is held annually to recognize donors to the Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation and will take place in Tennessee.
DaJuan Morgan visited the Student ACES program at Miami Beach Senior High School. Student ACES groups students with professional and collegiate athletes as part of a program that focuses on the values and principles of leadership, such as honor, humility and integrity, through interaction with important sport figures, entrepreneurs and community leaders.
On December 14, nine outstanding high school football players were awarded with engraved football helmets and varsity jackets at the 2017 Detroit Public School League (PSL) Football Honors. Held at the UAW Ford National Programs Center in downtown Detroit, the NFL Alumni Chapter and the Detroit Lions hosted an exciting night of honoring the young men who’ve worked extremely hard to earn the spotlight.
Well done by ALL the above Legends. Let us know about you and your former teammates by emailing us at Taylor.Kielpinski-Rogers@nfl.com