No. 1 move: Jets punter donates Michael Vick's $10K for jersey number to charity
MAY 06, 2014 3:17p ET
Ryan Quigley could have used the money.
So when new Jets quarterback Michael Vick came to Quigley and offered him $10,000 for his No. 1 jersey, the punter initially jumped at the chance.
On second thought, however, Quigley had a better idea. The 24-year-old Boston College graduate agreed to take Vick up on his offer, on the condition that the entire $10,000 payment be donated to Teen Angel of North Myrtle Beach, a South Carolina charity that supports homeless teenagers.
Quigley, a native of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina., explained his decision to Yahoo! Sports' Kristen Dyer.
"$10,000 is a lot of money, especially for a guy like me early in my career," Quigley said. "For a second I thought that, but then I thought that I can do some good with it. You can give back in so many ways and money is one way."
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