Austin Seferian-Jenkins is working hard to rehabilitate his image. After yesterday's apology, he was first in line for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' annual Cut for a Cure charity drive. A bunch of Bucs players and other employees get their hair cut by pediatric cancer patients, and the proceeds of the charity drive go toward pediatric cancer charities. It's always fun, and the pictures and videos are cool to watch, So here are a bunch of those.
Bucs rookie LB Luke Rhodes might be losing as much hair as any of the players today at "Cut for a Cure" campaign. pic.twitter.com/gR6altW7uJ— Greg Auman (@gregauman) June 15, 2016
Bucs' Gerald McCoy personally raises total to $40,000 for team's "Cut for a Cure" campaign. pic.twitter.com/mzpRM0uULr— Greg Auman (@gregauman) June 15, 2016