New cancer awareness t-shirts from the NFLPA will benefit the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.
“I saw my godmother fight and overcome breast cancer,” said Washington Redskins wide receiver Josh Morgan in a press release. “She’s my everything, and those who are still fighting need to know that we are here for them, that we care, because we do care. These shirts show that players are united in their support for them.”
The campaign, which launched Oct. 1, is supported by 18 players who have been affected by cancer including Morgan and Garcon. Other players include Kurt Coleman, Jared Cook, Dennis Dixon, Chad Greenway, Brian Hartline, Bradie James, Jeremy Mincey, Reggie Nelson, Cory Redding, Coty Sensabaugh, Joe Staley, Philip Tanner, Demaryius Thomas, Joe Thomas, Muhammed Wilkerson and DeAngelo Williams.
“The cancer center is grateful to the NFL Players Association for its support of those who wake up every morning feeling like it’s the biggest game day of their lives, whether they be patients, families, researchers, nurses, doctors or the many others fighting against this formidable opponent,” says Georgetown Lombardi Director Louis M. Weiner, MD in a press release.
T-Shirts are on sale now at the One Team Shop (http://oneteamshop.com).