Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes and Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher go way back — all the way back to 2009, when Fisher was trying to convince Rhodes to play for the Seminoles. We got the two men to not only look back on their time together in Tallahassee, but
During another successful National Signing Day at FSU, Xavier Rhodes shared his own journey from Seminole to Pro Bowl Superstar on NFL Live — also explaining the role Kidz1stFund has played throughout his career.
As the Florida State Seminoles and Michigan Wolverines met on the football field for only the second time in school history, the high-performing players had one thing on their minds: An Orange Bowl victory. But while “the stories” making headlines ranged from NFL-bound stars to devastating injuries, the most inspiring
Minnesota Viking Xavier Rhodes brought holiday cheer the morning of December, 19, 2016, to children at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s hospital. After personally shopping at a local Target retailer and selecting a variety of gifts, Rhodes hand delivered gifts to children currently staying in the hospital for treatment.
Minneapolis, Minn. – Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016 – As the Minnesota Vikings prepare to face the top ranked Cowboys tonight, Vikings Star Xavier Rhodes has teamed up with his former college football coach, FSU’s Jimbo Fisher, to tackle another huge rival off the field: Fanconi anemia. During the high-stakes Thursday Night
SHOWTIME SPORTS® RELEASES FOOTAGE OF JIMBO FISHER DISCUSSING KIDZ1STFUND TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR RARE BLOOD DISORDER AFFECTING SON ETHAN & THOUSANDS OF OTHERS
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