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Colts DL Tyquan Lewis Gives Back Reading to Patients at Nursing Home

Recently Colts defensive lineman Tyquan LewisTyquan Lewis made an appearance at a nursing home, the American Village center on Indy’s north side, reading to patients with dementia.
Lewis spoke to Fox 59 about giving back, something his mother did as she worked as a social worker.

“I just have a big heart, especially when it comes to elderly people because I was living with my great-grandmother for such a long time,” Lewis said.

“Seeing her in a nursing facility and being around her and her friends, it just always played a huge role in my life because I learned so much through them.”

As Fox 59 reports, Lewis has been an advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association and represented the organization on his cleats during the NFL’s “My Cause, My Cleats” campaign.

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One Response to “Colts DL Tyquan Lewis Gives Back Reading to Patients at Nursing Home”

  1. Berdj Joseph Rassam says:

    What a great-headed guy! Good for him; it’s great to see NFL players and teams give back to the community.

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