NORFOLK, Va. - Former Maury standout and current Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor was back in the area Monday morning. This time he was teaming up with Former Ocean Lakes and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Eli Harold. They might be division rivals, but home is where the heart is. "I reached out to him on Twitter, I told him I was interested in getting the 757 guys together to give back to our community," Harold says.
Former Ocean Lakes and current Tennessee Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter, Arizona Cardinals safety Deone Bucannon, Redskins linebacker Lynden Trail, and Atlanta Falcons safety Keanu Neal all teamed up
More than 160 kids were put to the test on the field, but more importantly, given an escape from the past week's tragic events. "For them to just come out here and get away, and have a good time playing ball, is an escape for them, and an escape for us," Falcons safety Keanu Neal says.
"If people looked at it as I don't want to get treated like this so I won't treat this person that way, the world would be a better place," Chancellor says.