Dungy delivers in appearance at children's hospital
Most of the children probably didn't realize Tampa has hosted four Super Bowls. On Friday, though, all they needed to know was that a nice man brought them presents. The man with the gifts was former Buccaneers coach Tony Dungy, who visited St. Joseph Children's Hospital as part of Super Baskets of Hope. In the weeks before and after each Super Bowl, the program delivers hundreds of gift baskets to hospitalized children in each of the 32 cities that host an NFL team.
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