Bucs' Clinton McDonald sends 2 military vets to the Super Bowl
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By Bonnie Mott

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Clinton McDonald teamed up with USAA and the Wounded Warrior Project to send two wounded warriors to a trip to the Super Bowl and an experience of a lifetime.

Clinton helped send Helmer Jonathan Flores Rivera, who served in the  Army from 2005 to 2009, as well as Ronald Holton to the NFL’s biggest night of the year. Both military vets have been lifelong Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.

Both Rivera and Holton met with McDonald at USAA’s Salute to Service Military Appreciation Lounge on Saturday which was open only to current military, veterans, and their families, along with NFL coaches, players, legends etc. to kick off the spectacular weekend. The two also attended the Super Bowl on Sunday.

McDonald says he couldn’t be happier about having the opportunity to give back and thank the two veterans for their service, especially considering how much the military means to him.

“Being raised in a military family, I’ve grown to understand the services and sacrifices that our nation’s men and women commit to when they dedicate themselves to defend our country,” McDonald said. “Teaming up with USAA and Wounded Warrior Project to award Jonathan and Ronald a trip to the Super Bowl is just a small token of our appreciation for all that our men and women in uniform do for...



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