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Senior Bowl Launching Online Auction to Raise Funds for Mobile’s Youth Park Leagues

Bidding for autographed items from current NFL stars begins on May 29th at site


MOBILE, Ala. – In its continued goal to support the local community through the sport of football, the Senior Bowl is opening an online auction with donated items from NFL teams and all proceeds from the fundraiser will go directly to facilities and equipment upgrades at football-playing parks across Mobile County. Some of the big-ticket items include signed jerseys from Philadelphia Eagles QB Jalen Hurts, Washington Commanders WR Terry McLaurin, New York Giants QB Daniel Jones, and Atlanta Falcons RB Bijan Robinson and autographed footballs from Pittsburgh Steelers RB Najee Harris, Detroit Lions RB Jahmyr Gibbs, and Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp. 


All items come with a certificate of authenticity from the corresponding NFL team that made the donation.  Please use the following link to the virtual fundraising platform at The auction will go live on Wednesday, May 29 and stop taking bids on Saturday, June 29.


By partnering with the Mobile Touchdown Club in 2023, the Senior Bowl is able to expand the game’s philanthropic reach in the community and provide resources for the city’s youth park leagues.


In recent years, Senior Bowl leadership formed the Mobile Baldwin Athletic Partnership (MBAP) to help provide mentorship and financial support of underfunded local high school football programs in the two-county area and over the past two years all proceeds, totaling $130,000, from the annual Senior Bowl Charities Celebrity Golf Classic have gone directly to 13 local public high schools.  In addition, this upcoming fall will mark the twelfth year of the Senior Bowl’s NFL Youth Flag League for ages 6-12, the first flag league established along the Gulf Coast. 


About Reese’s Senior Bowl:

The Reese’s Senior Bowl is widely regarded as the preeminent college football all-star game and the first stage in the NFL Draft process. The longest continual-running all-star game has taken place in Mobile, Alabama the past 75 years. More than 900 NFL personnel, including key decision-makers from all 32 teams, and over 1100 media members from around the country were credentialed this year. This past April, the game produced a record-high 110 total picks, including 10 first-rounders and 45 Top-100 players, which represents 43 percent of the entire 2024 NFL Draft class. 


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Molly Middleton                                                                                                                   

Senior Bowl Media & Community Relations Manager