Giant Kevin Boss visits SJV

Kevin Boss, tight end for the New York Giants, visited St. John Vianney High School on Tuesday.

A starter for the Super Bowl XLII Champions, Boss came to Holmdel to reward the students for raising over $30,000 for the school’s annual Walkathon.

No. 89 said it’s awesome he gets to do things like this for the community. Boss and the G-men are currently in the off-season, but he told me the team has already begun practicing.

To read more about Kevin Boss and his visit to St. John Vianney, pick up this week’s issue of The Courier and tackle the sports section.

For more information on the New York Giants, visit the team’s Web site.

On a side note, Courier Publisher Jim Purcell is slowly coming around to the idea that the Giants really did, in fact, beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl this past February. What was the score again, Jim?

PHOTO: BIG BLUE Boss not only sported team colors (even on his shoes), but had a heart to match his size, as he signed at least one thing for every student invited to the event. (Melissa L. Gaffney)

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