3 NFL Players Who Became Philanthropic Leaders

Jimmy Graham

Jimmy Graham was a successful tight end for four teams in 12 seasons. The 85-touchdown player has made five Pro Bowls and two All-Pro teams.

Graham pioneered military sponsorship through The Jimmy Graham Foundation. He also worked with Salute to Service and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors to help veterans and their families.

Myles Garrett

Early in his career, Myles Garrett has been a dominant NFL pass rusher. In five seasons with the Cleveland Browns, he has 58.5 sacks and three All-Pro selections.

Garrett is also impressive off the field. He supports several charities and social justice causes. He works with the Waterboys Organization to provide clean water.

Mike Evan

Since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers eight years ago, Mike Evans has been a dominant NFL wide receiver. He has been named to the Pro Bowl four times and has exceeded 1,000 receiving yards every season.

Evans' philanthropic work and generosity have been as steady as his passing and touchdowns.The Mike Evans Family Foundation gave coronavirus-stricken families thousands of dollars. 

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