NFL 1st-round draft pick Najee Harris returns to Richmond homeless shelter where he once lived
Alabama national champion Najee Harris returns to GRIP shelter to see again where he once lived on eve of NFL Draft
First-round NFL draft pick and national champion Najee Harris got one of his first big breaks at GRIP, where his family of seven shared a small room and got a boost that helped them get to a stable place, and start a football career that led to high school stardom, an incredible NCAA career, and now the NFL.
RICHMOND, Calif. (KGO) -- Late Thursday afternoon, for a brief few minutes, one of the top NFL prospects, Najee Harris stopped by the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) shelter in Richmond, to greet residents and staff as they prepared to watch the...
Not long before being chosen as the first-round draft pick by National Football League to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, running back Najee Harris returned to the very homeless shelter that he and his family once lived. "There was a time I needed a...
A decade ago, Najee Harris didn’t know where or when his next meal would be provided. When he was 12, his mother and four siblings became homeless. They bounced around from shelter to shelter in the Bay Area. They lived with other members of their extended family....
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