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Sanu’s Crew – NFL Stars Shine Off Broadway

Sanu’s Crew – NFL Stars Shine Off Broadway

Mohamed Sanu Sr. returned to his roots last evening in South Brunswick, NJ at Rowland Park, on Broadway Rd. bringing a handful of former and current Rutgers Scarlet Knights / NFL players along for Sanu’s Crew First Annual Celebrity Kickball Game presented by Malka Sports and sponsored by Retro Fitness. The event benefited the Embrace Kids Foundation. Sanu had stared on the South Brunswick Vikings high school football team before bringing his talents to the Banks at Rutgers University.

NFL Atlanta Falcon’s standout wide receiver Mohamed Sanu Sr. showcases his pitching skills at his First Annual Celebrity Kickball Game to benefit the Embrace Kids Foundation. Photo by Brian Hester
Eleven year old Reagan Winkler of Cambridge Elementary puts a boot on the ball as Mohamed Sanu Sr. looks on at the first annual Celebrity Kickball Game to benefit the Embrass Kids Foundation. Photo by Brian Hester
Former Rutgers and NFL Linebacker Kevin Malast and Wide Receiver Kenny Britt share a laugh before the game. Photo by Brian Hester
Malka Sports CEO Pat Capra goes over team line ups with the game announcer/event MC South Brunswick Coach as Mohamed Sanu Sr. looks on. Photo by Brian Hester

Mother Nature cooperated providing beautiful weather with clear skies and lower humidity for the event. Fathers were also featured prominently in the fun filled family event as many players enjoyed quality time with the little ones on the sidelines.

Former Rutgers and NFL player Kenny Britt enjoyed time with his family. Photo by Brian Hester
Former Rutgers and NFL player Kenny Britt enjoyed time with his family and a special bond was evident with his older daughter as they danced, shared laughs and held hands. Photo by Brian Hester
Former Rutgers and NFL player Kenny Britt enjoyed time with his family and a special bond was evident with his older daughter as they danced, shared laughs and held hands. Photo by Brian Hester
The Red Team. Photo by Brian Hester
The Black Team Photo by Brian Hester
Sanu gets a well deserved hug from his mom after the Game. Photo by Brian Hester

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Brian Hester is a New York City based freelance photographer covering any nature of event including but not limited to; breaking news, sports, entertainment, fashion, nature and whatever may catch his wandering eye. Since 2011 Brian, has been covering community events and high school sports for North Jersey Media Group and their successor Gannett USA Today. His clients include Rutgers University and Monmouth Athletics. ​You can see more of his work at www.brianbehindthelens.com

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