Alec Ingold may have been released by the Las Vegas Raiders this offseason, but the fullback is still pitching in with members of his former organization to help children in need in the city.
The fan favorite, who is now with the Miami Dolphins, recently teamed up with Raiders’ punter A.J. Cole and former Raiders’ linebacker Rod Martin for the 2022 Alec Ingold Youth Football Summit. They treated 100 children in the foster care system to football drills, speeches, dinner and several gifts.
Ingold was adopted as small child and working with kids in the foster care has been a passion of his. It’s terrific that he has continued to help kids in his former NFL city. It shows what a great guy he is.
In other Raiders’ links:
- Top 25 under 25: The 33rd Team has its list of the top 25 NFL players under the age of 25. Any Raiders on the list? Check it out.
- Good deed, Abram: Raiders’ safety Johnathan Abram built and donated beds to a Las Vegas family in need.
- Roster projection: The Las Vegas Review-Journal has its pre-training camp Raiders’ 53-man roster projection.
- Cross-town rumble: The Raiders will play the NHL’s Golden Knights in a Las Vegas softball game next month. Fun stuff.