A Walk to Believe reaches $50,000 for spinal cord research

A Walk to Believe

Current and former players and coaches supported Eric LeGrand at the annual charity event, held at High Point Solutions Stadium.

Eric LeGrand hosted the 4th annual 5K run/walk this past weekend, raising money for spinal cord injury research. Eric's visibility within the football program has not diminished at all, which is evident by all of the support from former teammates who attended the event. The annual charity run/walk has reached $50,000 in its first three years, and supporters are hopeful that the fundraising continues to grow as Eric makes his recovery. Here are some photos from the Walk:

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-Above: Team LeGrand, supporting Eric throughout the walk and the event

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-Above: Former teammates Mohamed Sanu and Khaseem Greene

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Special thanks to A Walk to Believe for the photos, and Subway, for helping and supporting Eric in his journey to walk again. The On the Banks community supports you Eric!

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