Grady Jarrett honored for community service

Sometimes it seems that the NFL players who stay out of trouble get overshadowed by the players who stay in it, but recently that has not been the case.

Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarret was honored for community service by the Georgia House of Representatives for Community Service. The Georgia Native and former Clemson standout has always caught people attention through his presence on and of the field.

Jarret just finished up his rookie season where he registered over 20 tackles as well as 1 sack.

The NFL needs more players like you, Mr. Jarrett.

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