Pay-to-play sports are certainly on the rise in many Michigan schools, which can often exclude poorer kids from playing. Hopefully, that won't be the case in Saginaw after a recent gift from Steelers player LaMarr Woodley.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley believes in giving back and he's doing just that through his charitable foundation.
Multiple sources reported this week that he has donated $60,000 to the money-strapped Saginaw, Mich., school district to help offset the new charge of $75 for each underprivileged middle, junior and high school student to compete in sports in 2012-13.
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