"[They say], 'He's on the field, he's playing football, he's always in it with someone,'" Norman said. "But if you pull back layers, you really don't know me, you really don't." Addressing the media on Thursday for the first time since the end of last season, Norman proceeded to highlight the numerous trips and charitable endeavors he's taken part in over the last several months, hoping to highlight a number of worthy causes. And maybe, in the process, reaffirm that he's more than just a football player. Click here to read the full article.
Together they patrolled the aisles, grabbing item after item and placing them in cart after cart. The time — 3 a.m. Central — was of no concern to Josh Norman as he gathered as many toys as he could possibly fit in both arms. The mission was clear. Fatigue and thoughts of football would have to wait.Click here to read more.
On his day off, Josh Norman went to work. The veteran cornerback and defensive leader of the NFC East-leading Washington Redskins was busy listening to educators and students talk about the state of education in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, trying to determine what he can do to help in his other key role as a vocal member of the Players Coalition. Norman has taken the lead in focusing the coalition’s efforts on education reform, and he gathered a lot of useful information during an all-day tour.
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