Eagles RB Ronnie Brown will visit South Philadelphia High tomorrow morning as part of his initiative to curb violence in schools. Brown says his program â€œ23 WAYS to Stop Youth Violenceâ€ was successful in Miami and he’s excited to get it started in Philadelphia.â†µ
â€œThe incidents of violence in our schools are becoming more frequent and more brutal, and it has just gotten to the point where enough is enough,â€ said Brown. â€œWe are very proud of how this program was received in Miami and we are extremely excited to bring this initiative to Philadelphia. I hope we can be a part of a positive change in how these kids interact with each other.â€â†µ
Brown was traded to the Lions last week, only to be sent back to Philadelphia when the Eagles discovered that the man he was traded for, Jerome Harrison, had a brain tumor.