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Rodney’s 2nd Annual Halloween Bash

Join Super Bowl Champion, Philadelphia Eagles Safety Rodney Mcleod for his 2nd Annual Halloween Event benefiting the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR).  Let’s Tackle 23k for Cancer Research Together!

Rodney McLeod's 2nd Annual Halloween Bash

Tackle 23k for Cancer Research Together with Rodney McLeod by supporting his 2nd Annual Bowl-O-Ween Halloween Bash.

Open bar, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, and more!

LOCATION
Lucky Strike Philadelphia
1336 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19107

COST
GA: $65
VIP: $100 includes 30-minute early arrival
to mix and mingle with players including photos,
signatures & gifting.

VIP Platinum: $1000 Includes private lane plus signed
SB team football or jersey *Based on availability

TIME TO GET CREATIVE
Prizes for best costume!

TICKETS
AACR.org/TackleCancer

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Rodney McLeod battles another foe off the field

by Sam Wood (Philly.com)

On the field, Rodney McLeod is the last line of defense.

The Eagles’ safety has one job. And that’s to get between anyone with the football and the goal line. He’s remarkably effective, and currently leads the team in solo tackles.

The unsung hero’s arrival in Philadelphia this year, via free agency, is one of the main reasons (along with Malcolm Jenkins) the Eagles have a much-improved defensive backfield.

 

Eagles' free safety Rodney McLeod forces a fumble against Minnesota Vikings' quarterback Sam Bradford during the second-quarter on Sunday, October 23, 2016 in Philadelphia.  YONG KIM / Staff Photographer

Eagles’ free safety Rodney McLeod forces a fumble against Minnesota Vikings’ quarterback Sam Bradford during the second-quarter on Sunday, October 23, 2016 in Philadelphia. YONG KIM / Staff Photographer

Now McLeod aims to carry some of that power and mojo off the field, where he’s working to block cancer from taking any more lives.

The Eagles standout has been named an official ambassador for the Philadelphia-based American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to battling the disease.

[READ FULL ARTICLE AT PHILLY.COM]

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