Commanders Wide Receiver Takes Home Huge Honour In Week 2

The players that make up the NFL are in the spotlight seemingly 24/7, with the media frenzy being tough for some to deal with, but for others, they take their responsibilities as role models and people in the public arena seriously, and do very good things with their influence. To honour this, the NFLPA has a weekly Community MVP award, which rewards players for doing good things for the community that they represent, and after Myles Garrett in Week 1, this week the honour goes to star Commanders wide receiver, Terry McLaurin. 

On his 27th birthday no less, McLaurin hosted an evening of fun for kids from CASA of DC, which helped plenty of disadvantaged kids throughout the D.C. area, and shows that Terry is one of the best people in the NFL.

Sure, there's plenty of players out there doing charity work, visiting hospitals and donating to good causes around their area, but this week, McLaurin stepped up and did the most to represent himself, the Commanders and the NFL, and it leads to him taking home the second NFLPA Community MVP award of the 2022 season.

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