MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Tarvaris Jackson, Sidney Rice and E.J. Henderson will be just a few Minnesota Vikings participating in a “Play 60” clinic at Catholic Charities-St. Joseph’s Home for Children in Minneapolis.

Teammates Freddie Brown and Everson Griffen will also participate in the event Tuesday from 3 to 4 p.m.

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About 50 youth from St. Joe’s and Catholic Charities Northside Child Development Center will be led through a series of drills to show them the basics of football. Players will talk to the kids about perseverance and teamwork, and stress the importance of being active.

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The NFL’s “Play 60” campaign is aimed at getting children active for at least 60 minutes a day.

St. Joe’s provides shelter and services for Hennepin County children removed from their homes due to abuse or instability.

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