NFL Youth Football Fund Awards $600,000 in Grants to 214 Current and Former NFL Players and Coaches For Free Youth Football Camps

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The NFL Youth Football Fund (YFF) has awarded $600,000 to 214 NFL players and coaches to support their free youth football camps, it was announced today.

The camps, run by former and current NFL players and coaches, will reach more than 55,000 young football players this summer.  Players and coaches hosting free camps throughout the summer include former player ISAAC BRUCE, Arizona Cardinals quarterback KEVIN KOLB, Pittsburgh Steelers Coach MIKE TOMLIN and Dallas Cowboys tight end JASON WITTEN.  A list of players and coaches receiving grants this year is below.

“Summer camps are a great way for children to keep active, build confidence and learn important skills,” said NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL, who serves on the NFL Youth Football Fund board of directors. “We are pleased to support our players’ philanthropic efforts that promote physical fitness and healthy lifestyles in young people.”

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