While the media swarms Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez—who currently finds himself at the center of a high-profile murder investigation—it’s nice to be reminded of the good others are out there doing for the community.
Rapper Snoop Dogg recently hosted his first annual Snoop Youth Football League Family Fun Day at Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles, with Pete Carroll, DeSean Jackson, DeMarcus Ware, LaMarr Woodley, Willie McGinest, Warren Sapp and others in attendance to support the cause. The event was supported by Carroll’s “A Better LA” non-profit organization.
The NFL personalities in attendance spent the day coaching and mentoring over 300 youth participants.
Here’s video of the event, which features Snoop going one-on-one against Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman (2:15 mark).
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