Bryant Pledges Donations to ALS for Every Kick

Falcons kicker Matt Bryant has been clutch in the first three games of the season, already making four field goals, including a season-long 52-yard attempt, as well as all 13 extra-point attempts thus far.

Bryant took to Twitter Monday morning, announcing a pledge he made to donate $100 to the ALS Association for every kick, field goal and extra point he makes during the 2014 season.

In 2008, Bryant's dad, William F. "Casey" Bryant, Jr., was diagnosed with ALS. After a hard-fought battle, Bryant's dad passed away in 2009 from the disease, early Christmas morning.

For more information and how to join Bryant in donating to the ALS Assocation, click here.

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