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NFL Player Harrison Phillips Surprises Special Olympics New York Athlete

The Special Olympics Call To Action initiative invites celebrity supporters and Ambassadors to make one-on-one video calls to our athletes. During the call, the celebrities encourage the athletes to remain active and fit while lifting their spirits during this time of physical distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Although he has been crushing it on the field with the Buffalo Bills, defensive tackle Harrison Phillips took time out of his busy schedule to reach out to Special Olympics NY athlete Jacob Babcock! Watch as the 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee surprises Jacob to find out how he’s been staying healthy and fit!

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