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Niles Paul is giving back to his hometown of Omaha, Neb., through a free football clinic.
On Tuesday, July 14, Paul will put on the second annual "Offense-Defense Football Camp" at Northwest High School.
The clinic, which is geared towards third through eighth graders, will be a two and one-half hours.
At quarterback Robert Griffin III's "Friday Night Lights" camp in June at Anacostia High School in Washington, D.C., Paul, who helped with a series of drills, said he never had a chance to meet a professional athlete growing up, let alone learn from one.
He wants to give others that chance, though.
"Nope, never, never had the chance," he said at "Friday Night Light." "There wasn't a lot of professional athletes to come out of Nebraska and came back and held a camp. Hopefully I can do my own camp one day, [but] obviously it's a privilege to be out here with these kids and have a good time."
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