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  • Cahill
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    That's awesome. It's a shame more people don't use their fame to help others.

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  • HavoK471
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    So hard not to like Rivers

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  • baphamet
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    i think i heard rivers talk about this before, that is pretty cool.

    thanks for posting.

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  • jc13
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    cool story bro(s)

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  • jcdavey
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    Originally posted by powderblues View Post
    (Bonus for Bronco fans, funny pic of Rivers in the article!)

    Its good to hear a positive story like this every once in awhile with all the other crazy things going on.

    Full Article: http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2...ys-field-hope/

    Snippet: "The quarterback’s charitable foundation, Rivers of Hope, as well as Jammers’ Jammer Family Foundation, helped fund the new field, where the 132 students who attend the academy can play both eight-man and 11-man football, depending on the size of the competition’s team.

    The NFL and several other organizations and businesses also contributed to the million-dollar project... nation’s first residential high school for foster children when it opened in 2001"

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    Chargers players often bring sadness to their fans through playoff losses, but at least there is comfort in knowing we root for decent human beings like Rivers & Jammer.
    very nice

    two world classy human beings

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  • powderblues
    started a topic Good Story, Rivers & Jammer

    Good Story, Rivers & Jammer

    (Bonus for Bronco fans, funny pic of Rivers in the article!)

    Its good to hear a positive story like this every once in awhile with all the other crazy things going on.

    Full Article: http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2...ys-field-hope/

    Snippet: "The quarterback’s charitable foundation, Rivers of Hope, as well as Jammers’ Jammer Family Foundation, helped fund the new field, where the 132 students who attend the academy can play both eight-man and 11-man football, depending on the size of the competition’s team.

    The NFL and several other organizations and businesses also contributed to the million-dollar project... nation’s first residential high school for foster children when it opened in 2001"

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    Chargers players often bring sadness to their fans through playoff losses, but at least there is comfort in knowing we root for decent human beings like Rivers & Jammer.
    Last edited by powderblues; 09-26-2011, 09:33 PM.
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