Cowboys Serve Thanksgiving Meals To Needy

CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

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DALLAS (AP) – Some Dallas Cowboys have donned red aprons to help serve early Thanksgiving meals to the needy in North Texas.

Jason Witten, DeMarco Murray, Dan Bailey, Chris Jones, Tyrone Crawford, Kyle Wilber, Tyler Clutts and George Selvie were among the volunteers Monday at a Salvation Army center in Dallas.

Tyler Patmon, Chris Whaley and Davon Coleman joined other Cowboys who helped at a Salvation Army center in Fort Worth.

The players also took time to pose for photographs, sign autographs and visit with the diners.

The Cowboys on Thanksgiving host Philadelphia. The game will help kick off the Salvation Army’s annual campaign using red kettles for donations.

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