Salute to Service
Salute to Service Award
NFL Salute To Service Award for 2021
Salute to Service: Morgan Fox
Salute to Service is a year-round effort by the NFL and its long-standing military and veteran support partners to Honor, Empower, and Connect with our nation's military community. Chargers Defensive end Morgan Fox comes from a family with deep roots in the military. And his dad Joe continues his mission now as a civilian with Project Odyssey, a program he credits with giving his life new purpose. To learn about the NFL's impact work with its Salute to Service partners by visiting NFL.com/Salute.
NFL Salute to Service 2022: We See You
It Takes All Of Us to Honor, Empower, and Connect with our Military Community.
Salute to Service: Tramashika DeWalt
Salute to Service is a year-round effort by the NFL and its long-standing military and veteran support partners to Honor, Empower, and Connect with our nation's military community. Often the transition to civilian life after service can be hard. U.S. Army veteran Tramashika DeWalt credits organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project and programs like the Mission Continues for helping her turn her life around. To learn about the NFL's impact work with its Salute to Service partners by visiting NFL.com/Salute.
Ramon Ojeda | Salute to Service
Baker Mayfield and Calais Campbell share the "Salute to Service" story on Ramon Ojeda.
Nate Boyer's journey from U.S. military to the NFL
Nate Boyer's journey from U.S. military to the NFL.
Bills receivers reflect on how WR coach Chad Hall inspires them | Salute to Service
Former NFL player and Bills wide receivers coach Chad Hall shares how his Air Force background helped shape his coaching philosophy. Plus Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Gabriel Davis and Emmanuel Sanders explain how Hall helps them on and off the field.
Nate Boyer reflects on his transition from the U.S. Army to NFL football
Former NFL player and U.S. Army veteran Nate Boyer wakes up with "Good Morning Football" as a guest host.
Victor Ojeda and LaDainian Tomlinson | Salute to Service
The human cost of the post-9/11 wars on America is staggering. More than seven thousand U.S. service members have been killed due to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and more than 30,000 soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines have died by suicide during that time. For the families left behind, the burden of those losses can be unbearable. When Army Staff Sergeant Lesliee Ojeda's husband was killed in Iraq, she struggled to stay strong for their 14-month-old son Angel. But thanks to some folks who had survived similar losses, they discovered a community and a path forward. Since its founding in 1994, TAPS has provided comfort, care, and hope 24/7 through a national peer support network and connection to grief resources, all at no cost to surviving families and loved ones. To learn more about TAPS, or to lend your support, please visit www.taps.org.
U.S. Army Specialist Todd Schaffer joins NFL RedZone as first ever in-studio guest
U.S. Army Specialist Todd Schaffer joins NFL RedZone as the first ever in-studio guest.
U.S. Army Troops join 'GameDay Morning' crew on demo field
U.S. Army Troops from National Training Center in Fort Irwin, Calif., join the "NFL GameDay Morning" crew on the NFL LA demo field before Week 10.
Bart Salgado's story | Salute to Service
Ravens TE Mark Andrews, Bears QB Justin Fields and Cardinals QB Kyler Murray introduce U.S. Marine Corps veteran Bart Salgado as the NFL's Salute to Service Campaign continues.
Bart Salgado | Salute to Service
This year Move United launched its first ever Wheelchair Football League, thanks in part to a large grant from the NFL and the Bob Woodruff Foundation. For adaptive athletes, football is more than a game. One athlete participating in the inaugural league is former U.S. Marine Corps Corporal Bart Salgado, who helped build the Wheelchair Football League. It's been a dream for the Persian Gulf veteran since the early 2000s, one that grew from heartbreak and perseverance. Salgado's L.A-based team recently played in the Kansas City tournament at Arrowhead Stadium. They defeated the Kansas City squad 32-18 in the championship game.
Musician Bret Michaels discusses what it means to be part of Steelers Salute to Service game
Musician Bret Michaels discusses what it means to be part of Steelers Salute to Service horing service members, veterans
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Bart Salgado talks launch of USA Wheelchair Football League
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Bart Salgado joins 'NFL Total Access' to talk about the launch of the USA Wheelchair Football League.
The Ojeda family's story | Salute to Service
Ravens pass rusher Calais Campbell and Browns QB Baker Mayfield introduce Lesliee Ojeda, who lost her husband in combat, and her son, Angel, as the NFL kicks off its Salute to Service campaign.
Emmitt Smith surprises U.S. Air Force veteran with video call
Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith surprises United States Air Force Captain Keidrick Roy to thank him for his service. To join the NFL in thanking our service members and veterans, visit NFL.com/Salute.
Army veteran Lisa Crutch gets surprise call from favorite NFL player Carson Wentz
United States Army veteran Lisa Crutch gets a surprise call from Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
Troops Pick: Service members pick Steelers-Bengals, Seahawks-Rams Week 10 winners
Troops Pick: Service members pick Pittsburgh Steelers-Cincinnati Bengals, Seattle Seahawks-Los Angeles Rams Week 10 winners.
Troops Pick: Service members pick Chargers-Dolphins, 49ers-Saints Week 10 winners and losers
Troops Pick: Service members pick Week 10 winners and losers.
NFL coaches reflect on what Veterans Day means to them
NFL coaches reflect on what Veterans Day means to them.
Carson Wentz surprises U.S. Army veteran with video call
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz surprises Sgt. Lisa Crutch to thank her for her service in the U.S. Army.