Hometown Huddle is an event celebrated across every city hosting an NFL team and encourages all players to go out help around their community. The Atlanta Falcons are the only team to make all its roster players available to participate in this initiative. Hometown Huddle was held Tuesday, October 14, 2014 all across Metro-Atlanta.
The Atlanta Falcons participated in the NFL-wide Hometown Huddle initiative on Tuesday by visiting 12 different locations in Metro Atlanta to give back to the community.
The entire Atlanta Falcons roster spent the morning volunteering at 12 locations across metro Atlanta for the annual Hometown Huddle event. Take a look at pictures from the day.
The Atlanta Falcons took to the city Tuesday as the only team to utilize its entire roster to support the NFL's annual Hometown Huddle community initiative, visiting ten different locations
On Tuesday, the league’s annual Hometown Huddle event surprised Falcons fans, young and old, as the Atlanta Falcons entire 53-man roster visited 10 locations across metro-Atlanta.
In the annual Hometown Huddle event, all of the Atlanta Falcons players split up to visit 10 locations around Atlanta to help serve the community.
The entire Atlanta Falcons roster spent time in the community Tuesday as part of the league's Hometown Huddle community initiative
The Falcons took to the community Tuesday, visiting 13 different locations as the entire roster took part in the NFL's Hometown Huddle campaign that encourages players to give back to the people in their communities
Several Falcons visited the Egleston Children's Hospital in Atlanta on Tuesday as part of the NFL's Hometown Huddle Community initiative.
As part of the NFL-wide Hometown Huddle community event, several Falcons visited the Ronald McDonald House in Atlanta to serve lunch, sign autographs and visit with kids.
All over the city of Atlanta on Tuesday, Falcons players popped up and helped the community rise up during the NFL's annual Hometown Huddle event.