Just before the 2021 NFL draft started, Najee Harris made a special visit -- to the homeless shelter where he and his family lived for several years while he was growing up. Harris, the Pittsburgh Steelers' No. 24 pick, brought food for the current residents. "They gave us an opportunity to get back on our feet," he said. "So it is my job to give back." He was in middle school when they stayed at the Richmond shelter before moving to Antioch, where he became one of Alabama's most explosive players and the country’s top back last season.

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