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2017 SUPER Rally at the Alley

Posted on Feb 20, 2017 | 0 comments

On Friday Night, March 24, 2017, the Super Rally at the Alley features five of Rutgers most successful and charitable pro athletes compete alongside former teammates and Rutgers fans to raise money for children with cancer, sickle cell and other blood disorders. Brian Leonard, Devin & Jason McCourty, Mohamed Sanu and Mike Burton will be among the two dozen for Rutgers/NFL stars on hand. This fundraiser, benefiting Embrace Kids Foundation, will be held at Bowlmor Chelsea Piers in NY, NY. There is a strong bond between former Scarlet Knights football stars and Embrace Kids Foundation....

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Legacy: Bob Hurley Debuts on Showtime

Posted on Feb 20, 2017 | 0 comments

For the past eight years, Lunar Sports Group has secured speaking engagements for Hall of Fame Basketball Coach, Bob Hurley of St Anthony High School in Jersey City. The latest collaboration with Coach Hurley is a docu-series entitled “Legacy: Bob Hurley” which will run in six weekly installments exclusively on SHO.com and the SHOWTIME Sports YouTube channel beginning Feb. 20. The story follows Hurley, who has led the Jersey City boys’ basketball team at Saint Anthony to 28 New Jersey State Championships including a string of nine straight state titles in his nearly 50 years as...

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McCourty Twins Record Breaking Blood Drive

Posted on Feb 19, 2017 | 0 comments

Never underestimate the extensive power of a Super Bowl victory. Especially in the Super Bowl that featured more players from Rutgers than any other college. The charity started by former Rutgers stars Devin and Jason McCourty seemed to be a beneficiary of Devin’s recent title with the New England Patriots in the form of a record turnout Saturday for the Tackle Sickle Cell Blood Drive at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. “Maybe the Super Bowl win helped it,” Devin told NJ Advance Media, also crediting many of the people who work behind the scenes for the blood drive...

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Julian Pinnix-Odrick – 2017 NFL Draft

Posted on Jan 10, 2017 | 0 comments

Rutgers University senior defensive lineman Julian Pinnix-Odrick has signed with Lunar Sports Group and will be represented by Pat Capra, as he heads into the 2017 NFL Draft. The 6’5″ 275 lb senior led his Rutgers team with 10 tackles for loss and 5 sacks. A leader on an off the field, the team captain received the Home Hazel Award (Team MVP) and also earned the 2016 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award. Pinnix-Odrick is the half-brother of Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Jared Odrick. Pinnix-Odrick has been invited and is participating in the College Gridiron Showcase in Bedford,...

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McCourty Twins Nominated for Byron “Whizzer” White Award

Posted on Jan 5, 2017 | 0 comments

Twin brothers and NFL defensive backs, Jason & Devin McCourty, have both been individually nominated for the Byron “Whizzer” White Award, the highest honor the NFL Players Association can bestow on a player. The award recognizes players who go above and beyond to perform community service in their team cities and hometowns. This is the second consecutive year that the twins have been nominated for this award. Starting back in 2013, Jason & Devin McCourty partnered with New Jersey based non-profit, Embrace Kids Foundation to launch the Tackle Sickle Cell Campaign. Over the last four...

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Jason McCourty Tackle Sickle Cell Comedy Night

Posted on Oct 11, 2016 | 0 comments

On Monday night, November 14th, Tennessee Titans Cornerback Jason McCourty hosts Tackle Sickle Cell Comedy Night taking place at Zanie’s in Nashville. This fundraiser supports the Tackle Sickle Cell Campaign started by Jason and his twin brother, Patriots safety, Devin McCourty. The show will be headlined by comedian Nore Davis, who himself has Sickle Cell Disease. There are general admission tickets and a limited amount of VIP tickets which include a pre-show meet & greet with Jason McCourty, along with photo opp and autographed picture. Click Here to Purchase Tickets Now! Jason...

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