Myles Jack is a strong presence on and off the field.
He has shown that for six seasons as one of the NFL's better linebackers, which he is doing again this season for a rapidly improving defense. And he has shown it through multiple off-field initiatives, one of the latest being his support for work against homelessness.
Over the last year, Jack and his mother La Sonjia have taken to the streets of Jacksonville to lend a helping hand in providing homeownership opportunities and other housing services to the Duval County community.
For that reason, Jack has chosen to support Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville (HabiJax) in the NFL's 2021 My Cause, My Cleats initiative.
"Having a roof over your head provides more than just physical comfort," Jack said. "It gives you a space to grow as a family and create memories that last forever. HabiJax and its many volunteers have helped make the dream of home ownership a reality for thousands of families right here in Duval."
"I'm proud to keep that momentum going!"
Learn more about HabiJax, one of the largest non-profit affordable housing builders in Duval County.