May 20, 2010
    Former Tech standout Clowney giving back on multiple fronts
    The Notebook
    Former Virginia Tech wide receiver David Clowney has spent the two seasons with the New York Jets and has received national recognition for the work he's doing off the field. Clowney and two teammates went to Haiti in March to help with the relief efforts from the devastating earthquake, and he plans on going to Ghana in Africa on July 10-16 to help poor people in that country.

    For more details on Clowney's offseason, please check out this story - http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=5199047. You can also check out his personal Web site - http://www.davidclowney87.com/.

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