Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Danny Amendola pledges to donate money to Boston relief fund

New Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is pledging to donate money towards the Boston Marathon relief fund before he even plays a single snap in Boston.

Amendola, who signed a multi-year deal worth $31 million with the Pats last month, tweeted out early Tuesday morning that he would donate $100 for every catch he made this season toward the relief fund. Additionally, he also pledged to donate $200 for every dropped pass. Now, dropping a pass means even more than ever.

The 27-year-old caught 63 balls as a member of the St. Louis Rams last season despite appearing in only 11 games.

The Texas Tech product caught a career high 85 passes in 2010.

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