Members of the Houston Texans traveled to Uwald, Texas this week for a tour with the Uwald High School football team ahead of Friday night’s home opener.
As part of their trip, the Texans announced that they have outfitted the Uvalde Coyotes football team with new jerseys with the help of Nike. According to the team, coach Lowe Smith, linebackers Kamuglugill-Hill and Christian Kirksey and director of player care and sports medicine Roland Ramirez, a Uwald native.
The smiles on their faces,” Kirksey said Friday on Good Morning Football , “because we know this The city has been greatly affected. There is definitely some warmth in my heart as a leader, not just as a football player, but as someone who can rely on extra. We are happy to be here, honored to be here and to be his reconciliation with the city and let them know that we support them in every way. “
On May 24, an 18-year-old gunman killed 19 children and two adults at Rob Elementary School. Uwald. The tragedy is Texas Deadliest school shooting in history.
Following tragedy, Texans donated $400,000 to Robb School Memorial Fund and Houston players donated $200,000, which also provides A corresponding donation was made.
The Texans will continue to support the Uvalde community by putting the “Uvalde Strong” sticker on their helmets during the September 11 home opener.