NFL players usually have their losses posted in the offseason instead of their wins. That’s why it is important to give credit when they give back to the community.
That is what we have in Josh Jacobs as he hosted his first football camp for the youth. Jacobs held the camp in Las Vegas and had 350 kids attend.
First of many community events hosted by @iAM_JoshJacobs here in Las Vegas. 350 local kids in attendance for his first youth camp.— Paloma Villicana FOX5 (@PalomaVillicana) July 18, 2021
“I’ll be looking into doing projects for the homeless. And for the kids. They’re the next generation. To have a little hand in it is huge for me.” pic.twitter.com/tjf52u2vhh
Raiders players are truly entrenched into the Las Vegas community, which will continue to grow the fan base. Tip of the cap to Jacobs on setting this up.
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