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Youth football program helps family in shelter achieve their dreams

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In our continuing series with the NFL, Together We Make Football, we're bringing you stories of how the game changes lives on and off the field. In Phoenix, Arizona the American Youth Football program for players age 5 through 14 puts an emphasis on academics and service and was able to help the young son of a single mother participate in football even though they were living in a homeless shelter and couldn’t afford to play.