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.
A wonderful act of service.
Tampa area football players — including Bengals WR Auden Tate, Bills WR Ray-Ray McCloud, Colts CB Isaiah Rodgers, USF QB Jordan McCloud — lead cleanup efforts on Fowler Ave after last night’s looting
— Grace Remington (@GraceRemiWTSP) June 1, 2020
“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.