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Lions Offensive Lineman Frank Ragnow Donates $30,000 To Feed People During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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Detroit Lions star Frank Ragnow is donating a decent chunk of money to help in the fight against coronavirus.

According to the Detroit Free Press, the offensive lineman is donating a total of $30,000 to several different organizations to help feed people during the pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Eastern Carver County Schools’ Angel Fund, PRISM Marketplace Food Shelf and the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank are among some of the groups that will get money.

 

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This is a 100% pure class move by Ragnow, and there’s no doubt about that at all. Right now, people need help, he has the resources to pitch in and that’s exactly what he’s doing.

It’s also pretty cool that he’s spreading it around so that several different organizations can get a little bit of the pie.

 

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Once again, we have another great example of somebody in the world of football stepping up and offering help to those in need.

All the leagues have stepped up, but football has gone the furthest by a pretty large gap. Now, you can include Ragnow on the list of people joining the war against coronavirus.

 

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I can’t wait to see who else joins the war effort against coronavirus. We’re going to beat the hell out of this virus, and then we’re going to enjoy some football in the fall.