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There are good guys in football. Just in case you have forgotten.
Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt made a check of $5,000 out to his old high school in Bayonne, New Jersey. This donation will help the team attend a football camp in State College, PA.
“I called him [Britt] up and I talked to him and told him what we needed,” Bayonne coach Rick Rodriguez told the Jersey Journal “I told him, ‘Now it’s your turn to help young Bayonne players’ who are in the same classroom that he was, wear the same uniform he did, wear the same helmet.”
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