VIDEO: Players Unite to Help Clean Up Tampa

Several players from the NFL as well as USF came together to help clean up an area of Tampa that was most effected by rioting.

Among the NFL players involved in the clean up was Bengals receiver Auden Tate, Bills receiver Ray-Ray McCloud, and Colts DB Isaiah Rodgers. Ray-Ray's brother, Jordan McCloud (USF QB) was also apart of the group that led the clean up efforts.

Via 24/7 Sports:

As peaceful protests in response to the death of George Floyd escalated in Tampa's downtown district and near the Tampa Police Department District III Headquarters on Sunday evening, there was some good being done by a group of young people along Fowler Avenue, as they looked to cleanup a storefront destroyed during Saturday night's riots near University Mall.

"I'm from Tampa, born and raised,"Jordan McCloud said Sunday. "I go to school down the street at USF. For me, it was trying to find a solution. I think the solution is to just help. Everyone wants to fight against each other - that's the problem. We just need to come together as one and help everybody out, especially in this community."

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