In the off-time between the end of OTAs and the beginning of training camp, many NFL players around the country will return to their hometowns to host their own football camp, supporting local youth football in their area. Carlos Dunlap and Jordan Shipley each hosted their own event last week, and players like Brian Leonard, Michael Johnson, and Mohamed Sanu have been making appearances at other camps.
This week, running back Cedric Peerman decided to hold his own football camp in his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia. He invited along the Jaguars' third-year RB Rashad Jennings, and former NFLer's Antico Dalton, Percell Gaskins, Don Sasa, and Charles Mincy.
The event was titled the Faith, Family, & Sports Football Camp. Peerman is actually a licensed minister, and even went by the nickname the "Running Reverend" while playing college football at the University of Virginia.
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