It's a beautiful day in downtown Cincinnati... maybe a bit high in temperatures but comfortable enough. In the meantime, ESPN's Coley Harvey, who covers the Bengals for ESPN's NFL Nation initiative, stumbles upon Bengals players feeding the homeless. And apparently these guys have been doing it for some time, writes Kaci Kust with CN2.
Never know what you'll find walking around town. Happened to stumble upon #Bengals players feeding the homeless near Cincy's Washington Park— Coley Harvey (@ColeyHarvey) July 21, 2014
Domata Peko organized the meal. His wife cooked spaghetti, meatballs and a number of other items, he said. Lamur,Wilder, Iloka, Charles here— Coley Harvey (@ColeyHarvey) July 21, 2014
Ever notice that it's usually Peko that's at the center of these things.
Glad I stumbled across this. It's easy in my business to just think of these guys as numbers, names, stats. Good reminder they're a lot more— Coley Harvey (@ColeyHarvey) July 21, 2014
Visual proof of what I just tweeted. Rookie James Wilder Jr. helps out. #Bengals pic.twitter.com/RX6UVZ1sya— Coley Harvey (@ColeyHarvey) July 22, 2014
Bengals strength and conditioning coach Cliff Marshall knows what's up. If only the NFL media did...
I watched men of great influence (NFL Athletes) lay hands on & pray over people tonight in the streets of Cincinnati. pic.twitter.com/gVRxErFve1— Coach Clif Marshall (@ClifMarshall) July 15, 2014
I wish the NFL media would cover this instead of how many bottles of champagne Johnny Manziel pops in the club. pic.twitter.com/w0EWrCuHDs— Coach Clif Marshall (@ClifMarshall) July 15, 2014