14-08-2014 by AO52
Cowboys DT Amobi Okoye overcomes ‘one-in-a-million’ syndrome, lengthy coma to return to NFL
OXNARD, Calif. — As soon as next Monday, Amobi Okoye is expected to practice football. He’s going to crouch down in a stance. And charge at offensive linemen in his path. And work alongside his teammates. He’s going to do all this 17 months after he was felled by a rare disease, went into a coma and was left with a 145-day gap in his memory. “It’s a blessing every day,” said Okoye, the...
03-06-2014 by AO52
Kickoff 4 Kids Foundation Play 60
The Friends of Make-A-Wish Foundation are partnering with the Kickoff 4 Kids Foundation and the NFL Play 60 movement for an afternoon of fun and fitness at the 1st Annual BBQ Cook-Off benefiting children with life threatening illnesses. This event is a joint effort to bring awareness to kids of all ages to eat healthy and exercise daily. Kids Day begins with Kids Que, NFL Play 60 with Amobi Okoye...
05-03-2013 by AO52
Kickoff 4 Kids Sports Mentoring Camp
NFL Defensive Tackle Amobi Okoye hosted his sixth annual Kickoff 4 Kids Sports Mentoring camp at the University of Houston Campus Recreation Sports Club Field , and it was more than a success. Driven by his ever-growing heart and commitment to molding and empowering the youth, Okoye invited over 100 boys and girls from the Boys and Girls Club and Houston area, ages 7-17, to join him on the field...
06-07-2012 by i91
Invictus91 Host AMOBI OKOYE’S 25th Birthday Party!!!
19-06-2012 by AO52
Another American Dream
Posted in News
When reading the stories of past and present football stars, we read about them knowing from an early age that playing football is something they wanted to do, or how they had dreams of making it big since they were a child. Oge Udeogu is saying the same thing as he is hoping to attend college and continue his football career. However, as a child he did not know anything about American football. ...
14-09-2011 by i91
Nike Sparq Football Camp Hosted by Amobi Okoye & Robert Mathis.
Amobi Okoye of the Chicago Bears and Robert Mathis of the Indianapolis Colts were in Louisville Sunday for a football camp, to help raise money for a west Louisville youth group who lost all of their athletic equipment to arson. Participants will be able to get first class Training with Nike Sparq equipment that will help them develop their Speed, Power, Agility, Reaction and Quickness. Along with...