MADISON, AL (WAFF) - Nothing is greater than seeing NFL football players give back to their communities.
Kansas City Chiefs Linebacker and former Alabama star Reggie Ragland hosted a free football camp Saturday morning at Bob Jones High School. More than 300 kids ages 8-16 came out to practice with Ragland.
A free opportunity to learn NFL skills from a local Huntsville football player who has made it to the top.
Ragland has gone from playing at Bob Jones, to winning two national championships with Alabama, and now he's entering his second season with the Kansas City Chiefs.
For Ragland, it's all about providing hope and inspiration to the young football players in his hometown.
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