• Bengals to visit local elementary school

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 14, 2012
    The Cleveland Browns spent Tuesday morning interacting with the children at Big Creek Elementary School, which was selected as Cleveland’s Play 60 Super School. Weeden, tight ends and , defensive linemen and , linebacker and defensive back took the bus over to Big Creek Elementary School, where they celebrated with the students, who received a $10,000 NFL Play 60 Grant for their efforts in living healthy lifestyles. Several Cincinnati Bengals – including defensive back Nate Clements, running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis, cornerback Leon Hall, defensive end Michael Johnson, cornerback Terence Newman, defensive tackle Domata Peko and offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth – will visit students at Woodland Elementary in Liberty Township on Tuesday morning as part of NFL’s PLAY 60 campaign, helping kids get 60 minutes of exercise a day. • Bengals players will help the students get 60 minutes of exercise during the NFL PLAY 60 Keep Gym in School Physical Education Class, as part of the NFL PLAY 60 youth health and wellness campaign. When Watson and teammates Frostee Rucker, Jordan Cameron, Brandon Weeden, Craig Robertson, Billy Winn and Usama Young arrived, they spoke to the student body about the importance of good health as part of the NFL Play 60 campaign.
    • Cleveland Browns: NFL Play 60 event at Big Creek Elementary School brings back memories for Ben Watson (video)

      Big Creek Elementary in Middleburg Heights participates in Play 60 with the Cleveland Browns.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • Browns visit Play 60 Super School

      MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns spent Tuesday morning interacting with the children at Big Creek Elementary School, which was selected as Cleveland’s Play 60 Super School.

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