Stephen Tulloch was featured on NFL HQ today speaking about his Foundation and how it’s made an impact on the community. Tulloch has been nominated for the 2015 Walter Payton Man of the Year award. See videos at tveyes.com. #TullochWPMOYChallenge
Detroit Lions starting middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch and Detroit’s popular organized bike ride, Slow Roll, are teaming up to “Ride for a Cause” for the Stephen Tulloch Foundation. The Slow Roll team will be leading the ride, per their usual routine and will lead Tulloch, his teammates and riders through the city of Detroit as they also raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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Detroit Lions Linebacker Stephen Tulloch co-hosted The Nine Friday morning on Fox 2 Detroit. He came in to chat about his 6th annual Celebrity Softball Game that night. The big game benefits the Stephen Tulloch Foundation and Operation 55. He shared what he loves to eat for breakfast in the morning to get him going, and what stretches he likes to do to help stay in shape.
Watch the video on myfoxdetroit.com
Tulloch, after much contemplation, agreed to sit down with ESPN on a wind-chilled day last month for a feature story that airs Sunday on “NFL Countdown.” He’s clearly nervous about being embarrassed, but submitted to an interview when it was agreed to include the work of his foundation.
Upon landing in Detroit for the 2014 offseason workouts, starting Linebacker, Stephen Tulloch decided he wanted to expand his already large community efforts and adopt 55 schools in Detroit helping give students, teaches and coaches essential tools that they need they the school district is unable to provide. At Tulloch’s NFL Kickoff Event this past September he surprised the first ten schools by telling them they have been chosen to have their wish lists granted by his foundation.
It only took a split second for everything to change for Detroit Lion Stephen Tulloch. During a game in September against the Green Bay Packers, Tulloch’s left knee buckled while he was jumping up and down after making a sack of quarterback Aaron Rodgers. His injury may have been keeping him off the field but it hasn’t stopped him from his other passion: charity work.
Detroit Lions’ captain starting linebacker Stephen Tulloch is expanding his Operation 55 program to help local students across Detroit. Tulloch is known for his community efforts off of the field and has put together a campaign to take his community support and involvement to another level.