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Cleveland Running Back Makes Good on Promise to Donate Game Check to Police Foundation

Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell made good on his word to donate his first game paycheck to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation after he posted a drawing of a hooded man slashing a kneeling police officer’s throat. “I said I was going to do it and I wanted to follow through,” Crowell told Cleveland.com. […]
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