NFL Quarterback Jameis Winston Hosts His Annual Dream Forever Foundation

James Winston, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback on the field speaking into the microphone with young kids behind him.

For the fourth consecutive year, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback James Winston welcomed 75 Special Olympics Florida athletes to his Dream Forever Foundation football camp. Winston covered the cost of the athletes to attend his camp in order to foster inclusion.

“That’s what my foundation is all about, evening the playing grounds for everybody to be successful and everybody to learn how to dream, and instilling in every one of these kids that they can do whatever they want to, whatever they put their mind to, they really can dream forever.”
James Winston, NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback

As an active participant in his annual football camp, Winston forges unforgettable moments by making sure his participants end up in the end zone.

When a young Special Olympics athlete did not catch a touchdown pass in Tampa Bay’s indoor practice facility Friday, he had words of encouragement that sparked a touchdown completion and celebration the following possession.

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