James Lee Using His Influence

July 8th, 2011

If you didn’t read the St. Pete Times story of Bucs tackle James Lee visiting a longtime, hardcore Bucs fan in the hospital, then here’s the link.

It meant the world to the fan with blood cancer.

“I just love seeing him happy like that,” said Geneva, Clark’s wife of 38 years. “There are three things in his life: God, his wife and the Bucs.”

Lee’s one of those guys who knows what a great impact he can have in the community — even as a relatively little known lineman — and embraces the opportunity routinely here and in South Florida.

4 Responses to “James Lee Using His Influence”

  1. lightningbuc Says:

    Very cool! How ignorant of the NFL, that a team can’t even contact a player or players about charity and other public relations events. It’s not like Dominik or Morris would have to make the request, they could just get some secretary who has no “inside” football knowledge to ask a player to go to a hospital. Stupid!

  2. Stevo McNutt Says:

    Why do you keep on calling him a guard? He started nine games at Right Tackle!

    Simple mistake. Not sure it was done here before? –Joe

  3. MOBucs Says:

    The NFL needs more players like James!


    NO DOUBT!!!!