Almost two weeks have passed since Hunter Henry tore an anterior cruciate ligament, ending his season before it began. The Chargers tight end spoke publicly for the first time since the injury, posting a heartfelt message on Instagram on Monday.
I haven’t known what to say or what to think since the injury happened, Henry wrote. I’ve been full of emotions of all different kinds. It’s been hard to know that I can’t get out there with my guys. I know that God has a plan and He is almighty even in this chaos. It is hard to grip that when He does things like this, but I know He is in control. I am trusting in Him and trusting the process. I will work harder than ever and attack every single day. I Will be Back!
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Licht’s own children raised $200 with a neighborhood lemonade stand.
I just wanted to be a part of it, Licht said, via Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times. The organization does a great job with this every year, and I felt like I was missing out.
Quarterback Jameis Winston, McCoy, linebacker Lavonte David, left tackle Donovan Smith, guard Ali Marpet and tight end O.J. Howard were among the team’s players who either shaved their heads or had red dyed into their hair to support the cause.
Bo Wade, the 9-year-old son of Bucs assistant strength and conditioning coach Chad Wade, is battling cancer, via Auman, and got to help shaving or dying players’ hair.
From that standpoint, that’s the way the public is interpreting it.