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Hometown Huddle


The NFL/United Way "Hometown Huddle" is an NFL-wide day of service that provides NFL players, coaches, wives and staff from each team the opportunity to participate in a variety of community-service activities, including such projects as building playgrounds, serving food to the homeless, visiting local military bases and funding after-school programs for underserved children. Started in 1999 by the NFL and United Way, Hometown Huddle continues to help make a difference in local NFL communities.

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