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Giants’ Rookie LB/cancer survivor Mark Herzlich and fellow Boston College alum Chris Snee joined Keli Coughlin on a conference call today to discuss annual “Champions For Children” Gala and remember the late Jay McGillis, who inspired the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation.
The Champions For Children Gala is open to the public. Information is available by calling 212-627-1000 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Details can be found at www.tcjayfund.org.
Keli Coughlin on the fundraising event, the McGillis family and the Jay Fund:
A: October 28 is our 7th annual Champions for Children Gala honoring Steve Sabol of NFL Films and Timothy Shinn of United Crane Rentals. We expect about 500 people and a great night. Usually at least half the New York Giants team comes to the event.
Chris Snee on the Champions For Children Gala, which he has attended several times since its inception in 2005:
A: The Champions For Children Gala is a night out for a great cause. We’ve been fortunate enough ...
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Coach Tom Coughlin believes referee Jerome Boger and his crew made the right call in ruling that receiver Victor Cruz was giving himself up and didn't fumble after making a catch on the Giants' game winning touchdown drive against the Arizona Cardinals.
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