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  • Charlotte Cobras play football for charity

    The Charlotte Cobras, a semi-pro football team made up of police and firefighters from 11 different agencies in the Charlotte area, practiced Saturday June 6, 2015, at James Martin Middle School. They play football to raise money to aid police and firefighters in financial need. Video by John D. Simmons

The Charlotte Cobras, a semi-pro football team made up of police and firefighters from 11 different agencies in the Charlotte area, practiced Saturday June 6, 2015, at James Martin Middle School. They play football to raise money to aid police and firefighters in financial need. Video by John D. Simmons
The Charlotte Cobras, a semi-pro football team made up of police and firefighters from 11 different agencies in the Charlotte area, practiced Saturday June 6, 2015, at James Martin Middle School. They play football to raise money to aid police and firefighters in financial need. Video by John D. Simmons

Football ‘humanizes’ policemen, firefighters who play for Cobras

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