NFL Players, Coaches, Cheerleaders and Team Mascots From Around the League to Bring $25,000 in Donated Equipment to the School
The NFL PLAY 60 bus is on the move. On Monday, June 18, the bus will arrive at KIPP Raíces Academy, in Los Angeles, California. The school is the winner of the inaugural national NFL PLAY 60 Bus Stops with You Contest.
As part of the event, NFL players, coaches, cheerleaders and team mascots from around the league will deliver $25,000 in fitness equipment to the school, donated by the NFL.
Players including San Francisco 49ers LB NAVORRO BOWMAN; New York Giants RB AHMAD BRADSHAW; Green Bay Packers WR RANDALL COBB; Green Bay Packers LB CLAY MATTHEWS; Oakland Raiders RB DARREN MCFADDEN; Denver Broncos LB VON MILLER; San Diego Chargers QB PHILIP RIVERS; Houston Texans DE JJ WATT; NFL Network analyst WILLIE MCGINEST; and Hall of Fame members MIKE HAYNES, JAMES LOFTON and WARREN MOON will be riding along on the bus and participating in the event. They will be joined by Seattle Seahawks Head Coach PETE CARROLL, Arizona Cardinals mascot Big Red, Cleveland Browns mascot Chomps, and cheerleaders from the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers.
Nearly 3,000 communities entered the NFL PLAY 60 Bus Stops With You Contest by writing a short essay and submitting a photo on www.NFLRUSH.com describing how the NFL PLAY 60 bus could help the youth in their town be more active.
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