May 9, 2003
Valdosta - A South Georgia community center received a special donation from a professional football player.
Tennessee Titans Linebacker Randall Godfrey returned to his hometown of Valdosta Friday and brought several gifts.
He donated several computers, video games, and a ping pong table to the Mildred Hunter Community Center.
"I just want to show these kids that they need to set goals and they have unlimited opportunities," said Godfrey. "I made it and they can too."
Godfrey grew up near the community center and played football at Lowndes High.
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