The New England Patriots linebacker hosted a Monday Night Football watch party on December 28 at CBS Scene at Patriot Place. His first official charity event benefited the American Diabetes Association.
The Employee Benefit News recently recognized companies with the best 401(k) plans and listed the NFLPA plan first among 29 competitors.
The 2016 Pro Bowl linebacker helped make the holidays more cheerful for hundreds of underprivileged youth in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
A prototype for balancing hard work and community giving, Darrel Young wants to be seen as someone “who is always determined to get better.”
The Houston Texans linebacker played host to veterans from the Military and Family Readiness Center, treating them and their families to dinner at Del Frisco’s.
The former New England Patriots safety is now a coaching intern at Western State Colorado University, teaching key skills to a new age of athletes during the NFLPA Coaching Internship.
Redskin Ryan Kerrigan Shares the Spirit of Giving with Patients at Children's National Medical Center
Redskins Walter Payton Man of the Year and Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan spreads holiday cheer to seriously ill, special needs and physically challenged children in Washington, D.C.
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Get to know more about Charles Lockett, former wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who is now one of 17 coaching interns through the NFLPA Coaching Internship.
The team from NFL Players Inc., the licensing and marketing arm of the NFL Players Association, breaks down the need-to-know basics of licensing and how their services help NFL players.