We criticize them when they lose and cheer them when they win, but either way they’re still our guys. Eight members of the Buffalo Bills spent part of their day off on Tuesday visiting with the kids at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School in Cheektowaga to present the school a check for $10,000 for health and wellness programs. The school was named the Buffalo Bills Play 60 Super School.

Each of the players, quarterback #16 Brad Smith, running backs #22 Fred Jackson and #28 C-J Spiller, linebackers #43 Bryan Scott and #52 Arthur Moats, long snapper #65 Garrison Sanborn, and defensive linemen #91 Spencer Johnson and #92 Alex Carrington spoke to the kids to explain the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle.

After the check presentation in the school auditorium the kids and the players headed over to the gym where it was split into seven physical activity stations with the Bills players supervising the kids thru each station.

The video gives you an idea of how the day went at Theodore Roosevelt School.