October 21, 2021

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Local NFL players help clean up Tampa Bay after protests

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Following last month’s protests in Tampa, three NFL players that do not play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have helped in the clean-up efforts after protesters caused plenty of damage.

Grace Remington of WTSP posted a video on May 31st of Bengals wide receiver Auden Tate, Bills receiver Ray-Ray McCloud, and Colts cornerback Isaiah Rodgers along with more than two dozen locals posed for a photo that was posted on social media. Cadi Molina and McCloud used social media to spread the word among former high school players in the city.

“We’re just trying to lead by example and express some positivity to the tough times right now,” Molina told the times. In a time when many are speaking out, others have used their voices by showing their support for the neighborhood as well.

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