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Fort Myers native Tre Boston thankful to be home, run camp while waiting for next NFL team


didn’t look like a man stressed about when his next paycheck would come on Saturday at North Fort Myers High School. The five-year NFL veteran was back in his hometown, working with kids at his free football camp. Boston smiled as he showed young players the finer points of drills while teaching lessons about making the right choices in life. (Fort Myers News-Press)

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