FSU football hall-of-famers, former NFL stars ready for gridiron battle with local ‘Joes’ at Pros & Joes Celebrity Football Game
Organizers believe game will present largest group of FSU Football Hall-of-Famers, Former NFL stars to ever play in single game, in Tallahassee.
Pros & Joes Celebrity Football Game – Former professional and local hall-of-fame football celebrities will battle the Big Bend’s favorite dads, bosses, P.E. teachers, media personalities, and plain ole Joes on the gridiron in an exciting, competitive flag-football game. Proceeds will benefit United Way of the Big Bend.
Pro Team: Bobby Butler (Former Atlanta Falcon & FSU Hall-of-Famer), Jimmy Jordan (Former Tampa Bay Bandits & FSU Hall-of-Famer), Buddy Curry (Former Atlanta Falcon & NFL Rookie of the Year), Nick Maddox (Former Carolina Panther & FSU Running Back), Bill Capece (Former Tampa Bay Buckaneer and FSU Hall-of-Famer), and more – Joe Team: Alan Williams (Aid to the Mayor), Jim McMahon (Coca-Cola), Trip Frazee (Merrill Lynch), Pat Dorsey and Doug Blackburn (Tallahassee Democrat), Steve Rogers (IBM), Sgt. David Farrell (Tallahassee Police Department), and three Maclay School Football Coaches – Several other FSU favorites are expected to be on hand to lend additional support such as FSU’s Peter Boulware and Lawrence Dawsey, Football fans from all around
Maclay’s new football field, 3737 North Meridian Rd.
Sunday, June 24
(3:30 p.m. Carnival games, food and refreshments –
4:30 p.m. Pros & Joes Kickoff)
3:30 to 4:15 p.m. – Interview opportunities with FSU Hall-of-Famers and former NFL stars
Great interview/video/photo opportunities concerning:
•FSU Football Hall-of-Famers and current/former NFL stars
•Kids & Pros Youth Football Camp is a character-based, youth-development football camp that begins at 8 a.m. June 25 and ends at noon on Friday June 29. The Pros & Joes Celebrity Football Game is designed to kick off the football camp with a bang and bring the community together for an exciting match between local “Joes” and football favorites. The camp is open to all Big Bend kids ages 6 to 13, and they can register by calling 850-339-4387 or visiting www.kidsandpros.com. The goal of the football camp is “delivering skills and character development through athletics.”
•Visiting parents, children and fans of all ages
For further information, visit: www.kidsandpros.com