Obama to appear in PSA with 3 NFL players
Still, he was nervous when he met President Barack Obama.
“It’s something like no other,” Ware said Thursday. “Being able to meet the most important guy in the United States, the guy with the most power, it was unbelievable.”
Ware and fellow NFL players
The 90-second spot shows Obama and the NFL stars playing touch football with local children on the White House lawn. The PSA promotes the league’s Play 60 campaign, which encourages physical activity to combat childhood obesity, and the president’s community service initiative United We Serve.
“Thanksgiving is a time when families come together, and it is also a perfect time to focus on the importance of keeping kids healthy and active,” New Orleans quarterback Brees said in a statement released by the league. “I was honored to spend time with the president on an issue that is clearly important to him. I was also impressed by his wide receiver skills.”
Obama wears a Chicago
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Ware is Dallas’ representative for the Play 60 program, which began in 2007. The NFL estimates it has committed $200 million worth of programming, grants, and time for PSAs to the initiative.
“I think it’s really important,” Ware said. “If the players are getting involved in it, Obama, a lot of important people getting involved in it, sometimes it encourages kids to get out and do those type of activities and show them just how important it is.”