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NFL wide receiver Greg Cobb to host free football camp for kids in Cincinnati

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Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver and Cincinnati graduate Greg Cobb is hosting a football camp on March 18th at the University Cincinnati campus. The camp is free of charge and will feature two sessions for young athletes ages 7 to 17.

 

"It's always great to give back to the community. We need to make sure the sport continues to evolve and I think it is my responsbility to take part in that," Cobb told reporters this week. "I'm planning to bring out several teammates as well as other Cincinnati and Ohio State alums of the past and present. It's always great fun."

 

This is the fifth year in a row Latta has held the camp. Last year, 450 kids took part.

 

The spring camp is run by Cobb's foundation, On The Cobb, a nonprofit that seeks to provide inner-city and low-income youths resources they need to excel at athletic and academics.

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On the Cobb lol.... I love it.  I want a T-shirt

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>This is the fifth year in a row Latta has held the camp. Last year, 450 kids took part.

 

Greg Latta-Cobb

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Slight omission here is that Greg Cobb receives a 1000% boost to his progressions and starting fitness for the 2024 season.

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