Rodney McLeod, Philadelphia Eagles, wins the NFLPA’s Alan Page Community Award

PHILADELPHIA EaglesSafety Rodney McLeodWednesday's winner of the 2022 NFLPA Alan Page Community Award

McLeod and Erika McLeod have donated $100,000 to Change Our Future.

McLeod released a statement via the NFLPA stating that McLeod was humbled to be awarded this prestigious award. “This award truly is about the community. The word “community” brings to mind unity, love, hope, and the possibility of a future.

The NFLPA calls the Alan Page Community Award the “highest honor” and recognizes one player who each year “demonstrates a profound commitment to positively impacting his city or communities across the country.”

McLeod's foundation hosted the inaugural Art & Sole Sneaker Ball in December, raising more than $205,000 toward STEM and Black history curriculum in local schools. The event also saw them collect 150 toys and 250 pairs of shoes for families in dire need.

McLeod donated $20,000 this fall to the Constitution High School and Hill-Freedman World Academy in Philadelphia for educational programs.

McLeod, 31 years old, is the fifth Eagles player to receive the award. Malcolm JenkinsTroy Vincent, Brian Dawkins, Chris Long

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