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The New England Patriots have a new slot receiver, and he’s already doing all he can to ingratiate himself into the Boston community.
Yesterday the New England and Boston area was rocked by evil and tragedy after two separate explosions went off at near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring so many others.
Danny Amendola took to Twitter yesterday to display some class and giving during this terrible time by pledging to donate $100 for every pass he catches next season — and $200 for every pass he doesn’t catch — to victims of Monday’s Boston Marathon attack.
I will DONATE $100 for EVERY pass I catch next season to whatever “Boston Marathon Relief Fund” there is. And $200 for any dropped pass.
— Danny Amendola (@DannyAmendola) April 16, 2013
Wonderful act by Amendola, and hopefully we all can give a little more during this tragic time.
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New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola has vowed to donate a portion of his 2013 salary to aid victims of Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings. The 5-foot-11, 188 pound Amendola, who went undrafted out of Texas Tech University in 2008, inked a five-year contract worth $31 million with the Patriots on March 13. “I will donate $100 for every pass I catch next season to...
Danny Amendola just joined the New England Patriots a month ago and he’s already making an impact. The former undrafted product out of Texas Tech has pledged to help in the relief efforts via Twitter following Monday’s horrible tragedy at the Boston Marathon that killed three people and injured at least 144 others. Photo Credit: Patriots.com Amendola, 27, caught 63 passes for...
New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola vowed on Twitter yesterday that he will donate money to the victims of Monday’s Boston Marathon tragedy. The numbers of those injured has continued to rise by the hour, with the Boston Herald most recently reporting 144 injured and 3 deaths. Amendola, who recently signed with the Patriots as a free agent, plans to donate not only...
New Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is pledging to donate money towards the Boston Marathon relief fund before he even plays a single snap in Boston.Amendola, who signed a multi-year deal worth $31 million with the Pats last month, tweeted out early Tuesday morning that he would donate $100 for every catch he made this season toward the relief fund. Additionally, he also pledged...
Danny Amendola hasn’t been in New England very long, but he’s already making an impact on the community.
After yesterday’s unfortunate attacks at the Boston Marathon, Amendola took to Twitter to address the incident and said that he’ll be donating throughout the season for every catch AND every dropped pass.
He’ll donate $100 for every catch he passes, and up...
In the wake of the bombings that rocked Boston yesterday, New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola felt the need to generous in these trying times. Amendola announced on Twitter yesterday that he will donate $100 for every pass caught and $200 for every dropped pass to the Boston Marathon Relief Fund. Although Amendola is a Texas native, he does have family in Massaschusetts...
New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola hasn't been a Bostonian for very long, but he has done a selfless thing in response to the Boston Marathon tragedy.
I will DONATE $100 for EVERY pass I catch next season to whatever "Boston Marathon Relief Fund" there is. And $200 for any dropped pass.
— Danny Amendola (@DannyAmendola) April 16, 2013
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In times like these it is important for everybody to do what they can and chip in if at all possible. New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is new to the Boston are as he is a newly acquired free agent, but he is doing what he can to help after the tragedy at [...]
Since news of the tragic Boston Marathon bombings broke on Monday afternoon, a number of athletes have been doing what they can to pay tribute to the victims and help the healing process. New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola, who is much closer to the incident this year than he would have been a year ago, has vowed to help out in the form of donations.
Every time Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola drops a pass this year, I’ll be cheering. Not because I’m a hater but because Amendola has pledged to donate $200 for every dropped pass to a Boston Marathon Relief Fund. But you don’t just have to root against Amendola. For every pass he catches, he’ll donate $100 to the fund. It’s enough to make even a Jets fan cheer...
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