Found November 15, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
PLAYERS: Demarcus Ware
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
Who doesn't enjoy reading a heart-warming story about a highly-paid professional athlete giving back to people in need? Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware made that happen a couple months ago. A family from Hutchins, Texas lost everything when their uninsured rental home caught fire on Sept. 3. Arguably the NFL's best pass-rushers heard about the story via Twitter and immediately took action. According to Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News, Ware purchased five complete outfits for each family member, blankets, towels, toiletries and toys for a child. During a charity event Ware attended Tuesday at a high school in Lancaster, Texas, one of the family members finally got a chance to thank the Cowboys superstar. "It was overwhelming, just overwhelming," JoAnn Trevino told George of Ware's generosity. "I have on pants right now that he bought me. "He just saw a family in need and a need he was able to take care of. There was not...
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