Alex Cappa was well known as a leader during his time at Humboldt State, and now he’s setting an example for his teammates on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In a story published in Wednesday’s Tampa Bay Times, Rick Stroud breaks down the impact the former Lumberjacks hero has had during the coronavirus pandemic.
In an effort to help both one of his favorite restaurants and families in need during these troubling times, Cappa recently decided to purchase meals from the restaurant and donate them to a local Metropolitan Ministries.
Little did he know that his generosity would lead to a Buccaneers community drive of sorts, with several of his teammates and coaches following the third-year guard’s example.
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Cappa was drafted by the Bucs in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft.