Sport Robert Kraft offered private plane to James White
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Robert Kraft had a nice gesture for James White as the Patriots running back deals with a terrible situation.
White learned on Sunday night that. His father died in the crash, while his mother is in his critical condition.
White was listed as inactive for the Patriots’ game against the Seahawks in Seattle later in the evening.
The 49ers’ road trip has included numerous injuries, a MRI truck breakdown, and a six-hour plane delay
While the San Francisco 49ers picked up a 31-13 road win over the New York Jets Sunday and improved to 1-1 on the year, just about everything other than that result has gone poorly for them on this road trip. That game included a ton of injuries to 49ers’ stars, including quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, running Read more The post The 49ers’ road trip has included numerous injuries, a MRI truck breakdown, and a six-hour plane delay appeared first on The Comeback.
According to a report from NBC Sports’ Michele Tafoya, Kraft, who owns the New England Patriots, offered the use of his private plane to White. White could have used the plane to fly to Florida immediately to see his mother.
Tafoya says that White declined and decided he would fly back home with the team instead.
White, who is in his seventh season, recognized the Kraft family earlier this year for their generosity.
Asked about Robert Kraft using theplane to fly in masks from China for health care workers, James White said, “As soon as you step in the building you see how much the Kraft family does with helping out not only the Boston community but the community across the world.”
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