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We’ve seen professional athletes and teams around the pro sports world do their best to help during these most difficult of times.

As sports takes a backseat with the COVID-19 pandemic spreading throughout the world, said entities have stepped up financially.

That now includes the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. Team owner and president Michael Bidwell announced on Tuesday that he’s donating $1 million to the Arizona Coronavirus Relief Fund.

The Arizona Together initiative focuses on helping individuals and local business through both this pandemic and the economic downturn that it has created.

Every little bit helps as communities across the United States and the rest of the world grasp this new reality.

Good stuff from the Cardinals here.

Vincent Frank
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