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NFL player serves up Thanksgiving meal

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HARRISBURG, Pa. - Buffalo Bills running back,  LeSean McCoy, grew up in Harrisburg and is a Bishop McDevitt High School graduate. For Thanksgiving, he returned to his hometown to help serve up a Thanksgiving feast at the Bethesda Mission's Men's Shelter. His organization Shades of Greatness donated 100 turkeys to the mission.

"Any free time we get, any way possible we can help out, we always do. It just means a lot. This is where I come from. (It's) something positive and you do it from the bottom of your heart," said McCoy.

About 200 people enjoyed the food. His family and members of the foundation also helped to serve.

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