In this week’s episode of Inclusion Revolution Radio, podcast host Novie Craven spoke with Special Olympics Athlete, Ashley Singleton, and her brother, Denver Broncos linebacker, Alex Singleton.
Originally signed by Seattle as an undrafted free agent in 2015, Alex Singleton played three seasons with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League before he joined the Eagles during 2019 training camp. In March of 2022, Alex joined the Denver Broncos and recently signed a three year deal to remain with the team.
Alex has a close relationship with his sister, Ashley, who is a Special Olympics Southern California athlete. She first began competing in Special Olympics at eight years old. Throughout her athletic career, Ashley has played several sports, but her favorite has always been swimming.
Be sure to tune in to this week’s episode of Inclusion Revolution Radio to hear about Ashley’s passion for Special Olympics, Alex’s journey to the NFL, and how the two inspire each other to be the best athletes they can be.
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