In the first part, we’ve listed down the first 15 nominees of the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
Below are the contributions of the next 17 nominees to complete the roster.
2019 NFL Man o the Year Award nominees
Dustin Colquitt (Kansas City Chiefs P): Leads TeamSmile and is involved with Athletes in Action, Fuel Up to Play 60, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Uchenna Nwosu (Los Angeles Chargers LB): Supports Children’s Diabetes Foundation and aids in gang reduction in Los Angeles with seven-figure support for the Summer Night Lights programme
Andrew Whitworth (Los Angeles Rams OL): His The Big Whit 77 Foundation supports youth and their families as well as Make-A-Wish and I Have A Dream Foundations; donates his game check to victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting as well
Davon Godchaux (Miami Dolphins DT): Supports the Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) fundraising activities; his Chauxdown Foundation also donates to various cancer-related causes in honour of his sister who is presently battling cervical cancer
Kyle Rudolph (Minnesota Vikings TE): Supports the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, in partnership with his End Zone, an initiative designed to help the youth undergoing therapies
Kyle Van Noy (New England Patriots DL): His Van Noy Valor Foundation encourages personal valour among the lives of adopted, foster, and disadvantaged children
Terron Armstead (New Orleans Saints OL): His Terron Armstead Foundation inspires and empowers the youth to develop life skills through sports
Nate Solder (New York Giants OL): Partners with Compassion International to support the holistic development of children in under-resourced countries such as in Uganda and Guatemala
Jonotthan Harrison (New York Jets OL): Supports STOMP Out Bullying to end the bullying crisis in the US; he raises awareness through social media and speaking engagements
Tahir Whitehead (Oakland Raiders LB): Participates in team community initiatives such as Crucial Catch to interact with the survivors and their families and helps in delivering toys at Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland during the holidays; also supports homeless veterans
Malcolm Jenkins (Philadelphia Eagles DB): His Malcolm Jenkins Foundation commits to youth development in underserved communities in New Orleans and other areas in Philadelphia
Maurkice Pouncey (Pittsburgh Steelers OL): His Team Pouncey Foundation promotes the success of disadvantaged youth, providing opportunities for children at risk through grants and programs
Richard Sherman (San Francisco 49ers DB): His Blanket Coverage Foundation, also known as Richard Sherman Family Foundation, supports students in low-income communities through providing them with school supplies and clothes
Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks LB): Supports various causes including stroke awareness in the Seattle area; delivers supplies to homeless encampment sites, and hosts holiday shopping events to support those in need of groceries and Christmas presents
Mike Evans (Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR): His Mike Evans Family Foundation supports the needs of families in low-income communities and holds events to raise funds in support of various advocacies such as college scholarships
Ben Jones (Tennessee Titans OL): His The Jones Mission raises money to donate to different organizations serving at-risk youth
Nick Sundberg (Washington Redskins LS): Volunteers for community service events and supports player activism; donates washers and dryers to schools to reduce absenteeism rates, also introduced the laundry program in homeless shelters
Who do you think will win 2019 Man of the Year Award? Let us know.