Cowboys' Terrance Williams hosts camp for 150 military children

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams spent Monday hosting a football camp at JBSA-Randolph, training military kids.

SAN ANTONIO - It's only fitting that a member of "America's Team" would take the time to coach children of military parents.

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams spent Monday hosting a football camp at JBSA-Randolph, training military kids. He spoke about how the camp celebrates families, and their parents' heroism and courage.

Proud father Shaft Howard snapped photos as his son, Trevon, learned from a professional.

"We appreciate it," Howard said. "He came out last year and my son learned a lot."

"You learn best while having fun and learning fundamentals too," Williams said.

More than 100 children in 1st-8th grade caught and threw balls and went through football drills Monday afternoon.

Williams also emphasized the importance of living an active and healthy lifestyle.

The Randolph Commissary also helped fund the two-day football camp.

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