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As part of Tight End University..Dawson Knox won the Boys Club charity event with the mo$t donation$:

 

the prize is 50K to his hometown - Brentwood Tenn and 50k to his NFL city Boys Clubs

 

the Mafia rose to the occasion cuz thats what we do - support our team and city unconditionally

 

a lot of you gave - high five

 

extract of the facts from the BN today:

 

On the last day to donate was Monday, and by then, Knox once again had full control of the lead. His total ballooned and is now listed as $56,985. Okonkwo finished with $39,263.

 

O.J. Howard, signed by the Bills in March, came in third, with $7,520. Howard missed last year’s TEU due to an Achilles injury, but he is excited to make this summer’s event.

Jalen Wydermyer, a Bills rookie undrafted free agent, came in 14th out of the 78 tight ends listed on the leaderboard.

 

Now, three Bills tight ends will get a chance to soak in more from position-group peers around the league for a few days.

 

They won't be the only Bills on hand. George Kittle, one of the organizers, said last month on the "Pat McAfee Show" that Josh Allen was one of the quarterbacks he was recruiting to throw at this year’s event, and Allen did indeed make it there for TEU.

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We are the best aren’t we !!!!

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1 hour ago, First Round Bust said:

As part of Tight End University..Dawson Knox won the Boys Club charity event with the mo$t donation$:

 

the prize is 50K to his hometown - Brentwood Tenn and 50k to his NFL city Boys Clubs

 

the Mafia rose to the occasion cuz thats what we do - support our team and city unconditionally

 

a lot of you gave - high five

 

extract of the facts from the BN today:

 

On the last day to donate was Monday, and by then, Knox once again had full control of the lead. His total ballooned and is now listed as $56,985. Okonkwo finished with $39,263.

 

O.J. Howard, signed by the Bills in March, came in third, with $7,520. Howard missed last year’s TEU due to an Achilles injury, but he is excited to make this summer’s event.

Jalen Wydermyer, a Bills rookie undrafted free agent, came in 14th out of the 78 tight ends listed on the leaderboard.

 

Now, three Bills tight ends will get a chance to soak in more from position-group peers around the league for a few days.

 

They won't be the only Bills on hand. George Kittle, one of the organizers, said last month on the "Pat McAfee Show" that Josh Allen was one of the quarterbacks he was recruiting to throw at this year’s event, and Allen did indeed make it there for TEU.

 

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3 hours ago, eball said:

I think it’s awesome that Josh is going to be there as one of the “throwers” — that guy just loves football.

 

 

It's also good for recruiting future players..  Never know how the TE market is going to change...

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