(Reading, PA) - Jalen Mills' Charity Softball Game benefitting the National Youth Foundation on Saturday, June 23rd will include former and present teammates of Mills during his time at LSU and the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Former LSU teammates playing in the NFL include Tampa Bay Buccaneers Linebacker Kwon Alexander, Atlanta Falcons Linebacker Duke Riley, Houston Texans Safety Tyrann Mathieu and New York Jets Safety Jamal Adams.
Current teammates of Mills from the Philadelphia Eagles include Running Back Corey Clement, Wide Receiver Bryce Treggs, Wide Receiver Mike Wallace and Wide Receiver Rashard Davis.
Also joining Mills on Saturday, June 23rd will be free agent linebacker from Media, Pennsylvania, Steven Johnson Jr and singer/songwriter Willie Taylor.
This exciting and inaugural game will help benefit the NYF (NationalYouthFoundation), whose mission is to build character, empower and inspire young students to advance their skills through academic and team building projects.
Tickets are available now and include options of Front Row for $30, Main Grand Stand for $20, and General Admission for $10. Tickets may be purchased in-person at FirstEnergy Stadium Box Office located at 1900 Centre Ave, Reading, PA, over the phone at 610-375-8469 and online at WWW.JM31SOFTBALLGAME.COM. Gates will open on Saturday June 23rd at 11am followed by a Home Run Derby at 1pm and the Softball Game will begin at 2pm.
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