Inside Fighting’s Andrew Capucetti caught exclusive footage of Super Bowl Champion wideout Antonio Brown giving a group of summer camp kids a once in a lifetime experience, getting to run football drills with an NFL legend.
The kids went wild when they saw Antonio walk out on the field, barely able to contain their excitement to meet one of the best wide receivers in the league. Moe’s Camp is the premiere sports camp for children in Los Angeles, providing kids the opportunity to play, learn and grow with some of the best athletes on the planet.
The former All-American is no stranger to philanthropic efforts designed to help children. During his time with the Steelers, Brown donated $100,000 to the Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital in addition to hosting a number of charity fundraising events for children in need. In 2017, Brown helped the company Sprayground to provide school supplies to underprivileged children in the Pittsburgh Public School system. His non-profit also provides academic assistance with the goal of helping kids do better in school, teaming up with the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization of Greater Pittsburgh.
In addition to being one of the most accomplished wide receivers in NFL history, leading the league in receptions and yards multiple times throughout his career, Antonio Brown is also a musician, releasing music under the name AB. His debut single “Whole Lotta Money” was followed up by “Pit Not The Palace” earlier this year.