Laurence Maroney Visits Middle Schoolers in Duxbury


November 10, 2009

Though the Patriots will spend this week preparing for the Colts, running back Laurence Maroney spent his Tuesday morning visiting middle schoolers in Duxbury, Mass.

Maroney made the visit as part of the NFL's Play 60 progam, which aims to keep kids active. Tyler Hutchinson, a 12-year-old from Duxbury, showed up to his school in a limo with Maroney, according to The Boston Globe.

"It was fun to come out here and play with the kids and be around them," Maroney told the Globe. "It made me go back to my middle school days. It's just all about having fun."

The Boston Herald noted that despite his struggles with a hula hoop, Maroney enjoyed himself.

?Whenever I have a chance to come out to the community and help out, I?m always loving it," he told the Herald. "It?s always good to know you can impact a person?s life. whether it?s a big impact or small impact.?

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