Found March 08, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
PLAYERS: A.J. Hawk
TEAMS: Green Bay Packers
  Photo:Twitter/A.J. Hawk A.J. Hawk   AJ Hawk showing us his donation for a GREAT cause      While the rest of the NFL was thinking about “bounty list gate”, AJ Hawk was thinking about the kids.  Last Friday while everyone else was worrying about who blew the whistle, pointing fingers, and the dirty dark secrets of what really goes on in the NFL, AJ Hawk went and got a haircut.  Not just any haircut, but a haircut that would be talked about for days after.  AJ Hawk and his wife teamed up with Wigs for Kids.         Wigs for Kids is a charity for children who have lost their hair after undergoing cancer treatment.  Hawk is starting his own charity within Wigs for Kids, as well.   “Today is a special day for me as I’ve decided to cut off my hair and give it to someone who needs it more than I do,” AJ Hawk tweeted.   AJ Hawk tweeted on saying: “Thanks to wigs for kids for partnering with us, my wife and I are proud to start Hawk’s locks for Kids which will be helping kids w
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