NFL star helps kick off Summer Food Program at Va. Peninsula Foodbank

HAMPTON ROADS, Va. (WAVY) — A star athlete was back in Hampton Roads Friday.

B.W. Webb, a cornerback with the Tennessee Titans, went to Warwick High School in Newport News and then William and Mary.

Today, Webb came back to the area to help kick off to the Summer Food Program at the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank. He had some of his other NFL friends join him as they delivered bag lunches to children at three feeding sites.

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