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More than 20 NFL players join Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston at charity weekend in Georgia

The Justin Houston Charity Weekend in Statesboro, Ga., included a free youth football camp at the Chiefs outside linebacker’s old high school, which attracted about 250 kids and more than 20 NFL football players, including Chiefs running back Knile Davis, Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey and former Chiefs safety Kendrick Lewis. The events benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Bulloch County.
The Justin Houston Charity Weekend in Statesboro, Ga., included a free youth football camp at the Chiefs outside linebacker’s old high school, which attracted about 250 kids and more than 20 NFL football players, including Chiefs running back Knile Davis, Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey and former Chiefs safety Kendrick Lewis. The events benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Bulloch County.

The 2015 NFL season is right around the corner, but first, the players and coaches get a month off — and Justin Houston is putting it to good use.

Over the weekend, the Kansas City Chiefs’ star outside linebacker hosted the Justin Houston Charity Weekend in his hometown of Statesboro, Ga.

The weekend included a free youth football camp at his old high school, which attracted about 250 kids and more than 20 NFL football players, including Chiefs running back Knile Davis, Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey and former Chiefs safety Kendrick Lewis.

The weekend also included a charity basketball game, which included Cincinnati Bengals star A.J. Green — who broke out a pretty ridiculous windmill dunk at the end of this video.

The events benefited the Boys and Girls Club of Bulloch County.

To reach Terez A. Paylor, call 816-234-4489 or send email to tpaylor@kcstar.com. Follow him on Twitter: @TerezPaylor.

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