Demario Davis hasn't played a game yet for the New Orleans Saints, but he's already made his presence felt off the field.
A week after joining in with fellow NFL players to send a message to president Donald Trump about clemency policies, he joined Washington Redskins star cornerback Josh Norman Wednesday in bringing aid to struggling migrant families.
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The pair rolled up to a San Antonio Greyhound bus station in a truck loaded with things like backpacks, toys, books and medicine to hand out, according to a report from bizjournals.com.
The migrant children and families at the bus station are in waiting to find out what's next for them, including legal aid and a future court date, the report said. Davis, who signed with New Orleans this past offseason, and Norman partnered with RAICES -- a Texas nonprofit that helps provide legal services for immigrant -- for the donation event.
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Davis noted to bizjournals a 10-second "bearhug" Norman received as evidence of what the giveaway meant to the people involved.
“That’s love. That’s what we’re supposed to do with human-to-human interaction, no matter where you’re from, what kind background" Davis said in the report. "There’s only one race. We’re human beings."
Davis, active and outspoken on Twitter, shared several images preparing for and interacting with people at the event.
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