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Darrell Stuckey Hosted A Free Camp For Over 200 Underprivileged Youth

By Ernie Padaon

August 3, 2011; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers safety Darrell Stuckey (25) dives for a loose ball during training camp at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

For all the idiots that are around the league (i.e. Aaron Hernandez), there are some really awesome guys in the league that do great things. Our San Diego Chargers Safety, Darrell Stuckey, is definitely one of the good guys. He hosted a free football camp for over 200 underprivileged youth in his hometown of Kansas City, Kansas.

Here are some of the comments about his camp from twitter:

Huge S/O to @DarrellStuckey for putting on the football camp. Every kid took away life lessons from today. Way to give back to the city

— MDG (@mgladdis) July 7, 2013

Everyone give @DarrellStuckey a follow what he does on the field is one thing but off the field this MAN is making a diff #GivingBack

— Future Legend (@1FutureLegend) July 6, 2013

S/o to @DarrellStuckey taking pics and signing autographs for the kids. Stuckey loves the kids (Martin voice)

— Michael D Johnson Jr (@mjohnsonjr) July 6, 2013

Just finished @DarrellStuckey 1st football camp for KC kids. Great to see a young man give back to his community & his community respond.

— Darwin L. Franklin (@CoachFrank4XL) July 6, 2013

Got the family picture @DarrellStuckey @LacieStuckey and lil jayton for darrells first football camp

— Michael D Johnson Jr (@mjohnsonjr) July 6, 2013

S/o to @DarrellStuckey and his football camp, i came to Kansas with a caramel complexion now im brown sugar complexion. Smh

— Michael D Johnson Jr (@mjohnsonjr) July 6, 2013

Chargers rookie runningback Michael Hill also participated in the camp.