Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback David Garrard made a special visit to Betty H. Fairfax High School on Tuesday in Phoenix as part of the Super Bowl XLII Community Outreach Program.
Garrard and former Jaguar and current Cleveland Browns safety Nick Sorensen visited with fifth grade students from 10 different classrooms to discuss the NFL's diversity program "One World: Connecting Communities, Cultures, And Classrooms.'
The students from the 10 classrooms had been communicating with each other through pen-pal letters and met for the first time on Tuesday. The group created an artistic depiction of Arizona's diversity with the help of local artist, Martin Moreno. The students had the opportunity to spend time with each other and interact with the NFL players.