Vic Beasley giving back countlessly to Adairsville


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Kim Klement - USA Today Sports
Kim Klement - USA Today Sports

Atlanta Falcons defensive end Vic Beasley is one of the leaders of the team, not only for his play on the field but his community efforts in his small hometown of Adairsville.

Some of the charitable deeds that Beasley has been involved in has been his free football camps that include autographs and pictures, buying new varsity football uniforms for Adairsville, sponsors $1000 Vic Beasley senior scholarships at his former high school in honor of his deceased father, supports an adult basketball tournament, and supports 10 Nicaraguan children to go to school.

"The love and the support around this (Adairsville) community is unreal, Beasley said in a Player's Tribune video. "I want to see kids achieve their dreams."

"I would like this community to describe me as a person that basically left a mark."

Way to go Beasley on giving back to your hometown by using some of your resources to help out people reach for their dreams as well as being a real role model for today's youth.

Check out the Player's Tribune feature about Beasley below:




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