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Former Clemson LB raising money for cause at NFL combine

Former Clemson LB raising money for cause at NFL combine


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Former Clemson linebacker Kendall Joseph will be competing in the NFL draft combine in early March and he will do so by helping out the Upstate community as well.

Joseph, a Belton native, is raising funds for the Ronald McDonald House in Greenville with how many reps he can do on the bench press in the NFL competition in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Joseph said in a video to promote the effort that he was born prematurely and his family stayed in the Ronald McDonald House for a month during his care to save on costs commuting back to Belton.

Joseph was a third-team All-ACC selection last season as a permanent team captain, totaling 84 tackles (5 TFL) and four sacks.

Watch Joseph's message and check out the link to give below:

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