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Jonathan Casillas is no stranger when it comes to community work. This summer he will host a free life and football skills camp to local students in his hometown of New Brunswick, New Jersey. The camp will take place on Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and is open to the first 200 participants on a first-come, first-serve basis. Casillas plans on......

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Heading into yesterday Jonathan “Tig” Willard was known around Tennessee as the undrafted rookie linebacker who was trying to make the Titans. Now, after pulling a woman, three children and a dog......

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As a professional linebacker in the NFL, Jonathan Casillas of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers gets paid to throw out the big hits while doing whatever he can to deny the opposing team access to the end......

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When you grow up with great role models, you turn into one yourself. Will Allen of the Pittsburgh Steelers grew up watching his parents give back to the community however they could. His father would......

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Israel Idonije’s path to the NFL was nothing like the ones you hear about year after year. Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Idonije lived there for four years before his parents moved to Brandon, Manitoba.......

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When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005 many people did not realize how severe the storm really was. Images were shown on TV and on the Internet, but unless you were there you didn’t have a full......

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Some of the most successful people in the world have reached their achievements by working harder than those around them and staying focused on their goal. These people have also had supporting casts......

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There is no denying the fact that the world of professional sports would be nowhere near what it is today without the fans and supporters. Every sold out game, every new sponsor, every new viewership......

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In today’s modern society, the notion that professional athletes have just as much or more of an influence on our youth than a President or Prime Minister is a pretty obvious one. In fact, it's......

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When Marwan Hage and his family moved to Montreal from Beirut, Lebanon, in 1990, he was just nine-years-old. He had no expectations of playing professional football and never even played football at......

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