Ever year each NFL team has many requirements to fill, and I’m not talking about just on the football field. Even though the Tennessee Titans have not had the best performances on the field, their ability to keep themselves involved in the community continues to soar.
Both cornerbacks, Alterraun Verner and Coty Sensabaugh, have made extra efforts this past week to ensure their duties to the community get fulfilled.
Verner has been using numerous different social media sites to get involved with his fans in a bible giveaway, along with other Titans gear. The idea is that he will post a certain trivia question on these sites for fans to answer. The questions do have a scripture theme to them and a fan that gets the question right receives a new study Bible. Verner is using sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Verner has combined partnership with Athletes for Charity to help promote the Holiday Bible Giveaway.
Rookie Coty Sensabaugh is already picking up good traits from other veterans. Sensabaugh helped deliver food to over 250 families last week with the help of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee via the Mobile Food Pantry program. And when I say he helped deliver the food I mean it. Sensabaugh was onsite at the Mobile Food Pantry serving as a volunteer to distribute the food.
Sensabaugh himself donated $1,500 of his own personal money to help feed these families that will all be able to eat full meals for five to seven days.
Doing things like this many seem very little to the average eye but for someone who could really use a decent healthy meal, it could mean a difference of life and death.