First of all, let me wish everyone a happy Memorial Day. Hope everyone was safe over the weekend, and everyone had a good time. The Rams have been busy over the last week, as they have done several different things to help the torando victims in Joplin. First, several current and former players visited Joplin after the disaster to lift spirits and do what they could to help some of the victims.
“Quarterback Sam Bradford, offensive tackle Adam Goldberg, linebacker James Laurinatis, defensive end James Hall and center Jason Brown plus former Ram and New Orleans Saints tight end Ernie Conwell and DeMaurice Smith, the executive director of the NFL Players Association, flew to Joplin on Thursday and visited families staying in the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center and Robert Ellis Young Gymnasium on the Missouri Southern campus.”
Also, the Rams organization has apparently donated $25,000 to the Joplin relief efforts. You have to applaud the organization and the players for getting involved in the community, especially when a group of people is in need. It’s nice to see leaders like Bradford and Laurinaitis, guys who are still pretty young, getting involved in these efforts. I know there’s not much going on during the lockout, but at least the organ
Topics: Adam Goldberg, DeMaurice Smith, Donate, Ernie Conwell, James Hall, James Laurinaitis, Jason Brown, Joplin, Lockout, Memorial Day, Missouri Southern University, NFLPA, Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams, Tornado, Victims