After the devastating winter storm in Texas left millions without power for days, Kyler Murray, a Texas native and quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, quickly reached out to North Texas Food Bank asking how he could best provide support. Having experienced the storm himself, he told the Arizona Republic, "My power was going on and off. Barely had water -- or didn't have hot water, at least. But I know, not thinking about myself, there's way more people that didn't have food, don't have the money to go get groceries. They didn't have power, they didn't have water at all. So for me, it was being blessed and having the ability to give back. It was a no-brainer for me.... I was just trying to give back and make sure people were safe." Murray donated 60,000 meals to the North Texas Food Bank.

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