Even though this National Anthem madness caught almost every player in the NFL, one player still stayed down to earth with his decency and generosity. He is a prime example of what America is all about. Love and respect for all no matter the color!
Come on NFL players, let this player be a role model for you!
Quarterback Deshaun Watson did a very generous gesture and donated his entire first NFL paycheck to three women who were affected by the storm of epic proportions – Hurricane Harvey. This way Jackson expressed his gratitude to these ladies who work at NRG Stadium’s cafeteria.
Watson said: “For what you all do for us every day and never complain, I really appreciate you all, so I wanted to give my first game check to y’all to help y’all out in some type of way. Here you guys go.”
Watson donated $27.353 to each woman. He placed the checks into envelopes, wrapped them in ribbon, and entered the cafeteria to give them to the three workers.
“Hopefully, that’s good and that can get you back on your feet. And anything else y’all need, I’m always here to help.”
Really impressive! I admire this young man being this was his first paycheck. I know other players do things for the community, but at this time it is nice to see such a selfless act of compassion for those in need of help. He is leading by example, we all need to do our part in doing what we can.
Via ESPN: “Watson has been on the receiving end of a similar kindness in the past, as he and his family were once recipients of a house built by Habitat for Humanity.”
This is a man with his head straight! Leading by example and actually making a difference to someone. His actions speak louder to me than all the NFL protests could ever speak. Building up people, giving them hope and support. This is what will change our society!
Thank you, Dashaun Watson, for your courage and care for other human beings.
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