Jets teammates cheer on CJ Uzomah
in Broadway achievement
Football and theater have gone hand
in hand for a long time
Before becoming a famous Shakespearean actor, Paul
Robeson starred in Rutgers in the late 1910s.
Nearly a century later, Eddie George made four Pro Bowls and then built his own repertoire of
titles, appearing in Julius Caesar and Othello.
Jets tight end C.J. Uzomah, is the current American football player dabbling
in the performing arts
joining as a co-producer on the Jordan E.
Cooper comedy Ain't No Mo'.
On Friday, six of Uzomah's classmates went to see the play at the Belasco
Theater in New York.
Offensive lineman Eric Smith, quarterback Mike White,
Uzomah, offensive lineman Chris Glase
tight stoppage Jeremy Ruckert and wide receiver Braxton Berrios duly posed for a photo with
their billboards, tweeted by ESPN's Adam Schefter
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