July 20, 2010
Clowney heads to Ghana
The Notebook
Former Virginia Tech and current New York Jets receiver David Clowney left Monday for Ghana, a poor nation in West Africa. Clowney and several of his New York teammates will visit a children's hospital, schools and orphanages during the weeklong trip. They'll also set up a game in the capital city of Accra to teach children about American football. Through donations to his David Clowney Foundation, the receiver is bringing about 250 pounds of children's clothing with him. He'll also be donating $1,000 to each hospital the group visits.

To read more about his visit, please check out this story.

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