New York Giants cornerback Rodarius Williams and his brother, Cleveland Browns cornerback Greedy Williams, reunited this week.

The pair found themselves down home in Shreveport, Louisiana giving back to the community by way of their inaugural football camp.

“This is the first time that Greedy and I time finally met dealing with our occupation we have in the NFL,” Rodarius told the Norfolk Daily News. “The first thing we decided to do once we figured out our time would be meeting at a mesh point: come out here and put hands on.”

In partnership with Caddo Parks, the Williams brothers hosted 600 children, ages between six and 16, at Independence Stadium on Saturday.

“There’s no more [important thing] than coming out here and putting in hours and time and showing the kids that hey, we’re actually here for y’all at the end of the day,” Rodarius said. “When kids see that, they run around asking us tons of questions, tons of things like that. They’re so excited man and we’re just proud to be here.”

Rodarius and Greedy were joined by several other NFL and college athletes, including Los Angeles Rams cornerback Robert Rochell.

“Man, it feels great man because growing up we didn’t have this opportunity to touch on a NFL player who’s doing it at a high level,” Greedy said.

“We know that interacting with them gives them a chance, just giving them hope and letting them know y’all are going to be here one day and just stay grinding. That’s our whole goal throughout the camp just to talk to the kids and give them motivation.”

Rodarius had his rookie season end after suffering a torn ACL in Week 5, but has worked his way back and may be ready for the start of the season. At least that’s the Giants’ hope as they need all the help they can get at cornerback.

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