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Bolts Buzz: Corey Liuget Continues Giving Back
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Last week, Corey Liuget spent time at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where he spoke to the football team. Additionally, he set up a scholarship fund for Aaron Feis to honor the MSD football coach who was one of the shooting’s 17 victims. This week, Liuget set time aside to give back once again, as he spent time at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami.
Cardale Jones also spent time giving back this past week as he visited Thomas Worthington High School in Worthington, Ohio. He talked with the football team, which clearly struck a chord with the school and its students.
Back in December, we announced that Brandon Mebane was the Bolts’ 2017 Ed Block Courage Award Winner. Annually, one player is chosen from each NFL team for the honor. Mebane and the others were voted on by their teammates as those who exemplify “commitments to the principles of sportsmanship and courage.” Well, last weekend, Mebane attended the awards ceremony in Baltimore and thanked those closest to him for the honor.