Daily Dawg Tags: Cleveland Browns look to make a positive impact
By Randy Gurzi
Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the news you need to know regarding the Cleveland Browns. Today’s highlighted story is about the team reaching out to youth.
Athletes are more than just players on a football field, which is something we have seen in recent seasons. When they do use their platform, it can have a huge impact. Members of the Cleveland Browns have recently been trying to do just that to bring some positive change and understanding to their community.
Linebacker Christian Kirksey and cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun led a group of Browns to John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. high schools where they hoped to bridge a gap between police officers and the youth at these schools.
Such a move is commendable as the goal was to get both sides understanding one another. This example of trying to make a difference extends beyond the field, and can have a positive impact on many lives.
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"The Browns players, who are older than the students but younger than most of the officers who participated in the event, acted as mediators. The players said they were able to understand some of the issues that the teens dealt with because they themselves were that age not that long ago, yet have matured enough to be able to understand how the older generation feels."
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