NFL Network Feature on Hall of Fame Safety Aeneas Williams’ Work in Ferguson, MO

Feature Airs Tuesday on ‘NFL Total Access’ at 7:00 PM ET & Wednesday on ‘NFL AM’ at 6:00 AM ET

Exclusive Footage of Aeneas Williams Preaching in Ferguson, MO & Attending Rally

Airing Tuesday, August 19 on NFL Total Access at 7:00 PM ET and Wednesday, August 20 on NFL AM at 6:00 AM ET, NFL Network presents an exclusive feature highlighting newly enshrined Hall of Fame safety Aeneas Williams’ work and impact in the community of Ferguson, Missouri.

Williams is an ordained pastor and lives 12 miles from the location of the recent shooting of teenager, Michael Brown. NFL Network was present with Aeneas as he preached at McCluer South-Berkeley High School and attended a peaceful rally in downtown Ferguson on Sunday, August 17, where he spoke with both protestors and police officers alike.

NFL Network’s feature does not focus on the controversy regarding the recent shooting in Ferguson. Rather, it focuses on an NFL legend playing an active and positive role during a difficult time.


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