Quinnen Williams donates $25,000 worth of meals to health care workers

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Jets defensive lineman Quinnen Williams is taking care of health care workers in New Jersey.

Williams donated $25,000 worth of meals to health care workers in the state where the Jets play. The meals, which were made by a private chef hired by Williams, came in individually packed boxes with a sticker showing Williams’ picture and a message saying, “Thank you for your Service! Love, Quinnen Williams NY Jets.”

The meals were delivered to Morristown Medical Center, a few miles from the Jets’ facilities in Florham Park.

The 22-year-old Williams arrived in New Jersey last year as the third overall pick in the draft after an All-American career at Alabama.

3 responses to “Quinnen Williams donates $25,000 worth of meals to health care workers

  1. Well done Quinnen.

    Quinnen and the many other players helping out are giving a lie to the tired narrative that all NFL players are selfish and self-centered. The Daks and Zekes are in the extreme minority.

  2. Good for him. Playing in that geographic/tax area robs him of significant income – even though this contribution is smaller than some, it is larger compared to his post tax income.

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