New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis turned his fine from the NFL back in September into a win-win. He has raised $120,000 in sales of “Man of God,” “Woman of God,” and “Child of God” headband for a local Mississippi hospital.
Davis, 30, wore the headband under his helmet during a Sept. 22 contest against the Seahawks at Century Link Field in Seattle, Washington. Along the way, Davis picked up support from St. Louis King of France Catholic School in New Orleans where students created their own headbands Tuesday with the words “Child of God” written across them.
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“This is amazing, it just shows you the power of God… I would have never thought this whole movement would have happened.”
“This is amazing, it just shows you the power of God,” said Davis on the latest episode of Fox Nation’s “Laura and Raymond.” “You know, I would have never thought this whole movement would have happened — and it’s not just here in New Orleans. It’s been national.”