• For Holmes, glory and agony at same spot

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 24, 2013
    “I still can’t get too high, because I don’t really know,” Holmes said. “Last year being injured, [I didn’t really have] an opportunity to be around the team as much to really spread the word and show how much it was important for me for these guys to be here,” Holmes said. After the game, Holmes wasn't in a reflective mood. On nearly every lane, one of Holmes’ current or former New York Jets teammates enjoyed a game, from Mark Sanchez and Plaxico Burress , to more recent players like Willie Colon and Chris Ivory Roughly 25 players from the Jets offense and defense attended, including Kyle Wilson Dee Milliner and David Harris . “This year these guys showed that they’re really supporting me for the contribution I’ve made to get back on the field this year and also helping kids with sickle cell.”
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Jets turn out in force at Holmes fundraiser

      LINDEN, N.J. -- Just a day after Santonio Holmes scored on a 69-yard pass to seal a win over the visiting Buffalo Bills, Jersey Lanes in Linden was hopping as Holmes held his annual bowling fundraiser for sickle cell disease, a trait he, his father and …
      Source: ESPN.com

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