Texans Donate New Nike Jerseys To Grief Stricken Town In Texas

As we all know, the town of Uvalde in Texas went through unbelievable heartbreak and grief over the past few months, and after donating more than $400,000 to the town to help the struggling people after a mass shooting incident, the Houston Texans have gone back to Uvalde to offer more support. While this may not support the whole town, the Texans are in the football business, and today, representatives from the Texans franchise headed back to Uvalde to help design custom jerseys for the football team from Nike for the whole high school football team.

It may not seem like a big thing for an NFL franchise to do, but for a grief stricken town like this, anything helps, and given how important high school football is to the people of Texas, this is a gesture that's going to go a long way from the Texans. 

The group, led by Lovie Smith said it was the least they could do to help, and along with some legends of Texas football, will be visiting the team before their season opener in the locker room, and for young kids in Texas, stuff like this will mean the absolute world to them. 

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