A big thank you to the Texans that showed up at the Food Bank to help others on Tuesday.
Duane Brown’s home still doesn’t have electricity more than 10 days after Hurricane Ike plowed into southeast Texas. That didn’t stop the Houston Texans’ first-round draft pick from spending his day off Tuesday at the Houston Food Bank, filling boxes with food to be distributed to families who need help in the wake of the storm.
Backup quarterback Sage Rosenfels said he was glad to volunteer.
“We’re doing something that needs to be done and that’s helping people in need,” he said. “We all saw firsthand the damage and destruction that happened to people. There’s a lot of people without homes and for us living the type of lifestyle we live, it’s a pretty easy choice to come and help out.”
McNair said he was proud to see players including Kasey Studdard, Chris Myers and Anthony Weaver out helping the community.