“I was taking care of my brothers in elementary school. I always kind of took on that role.”
He saw the impact he had on his siblings. During the offseason, he works with less fortunate youngsters in Baton Rouge, La.
“I really like that one-on-one (interaction),” Addai said. “That makes a difference.”
Addai already has started honing his one-on-one counseling skills on Jaylen, his 8-month-old son.
“I have so much stuff I want to put into him,” Addai said, “but it’s a little too early.”
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