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Ex-Giant shares appetizing breakfast message

New York Giants alumnus (1982-1987) running back, Joe Morris, passes out morning breakfast to students at King School on Wednesday morning. Morris, an advocate for children’s health, discussed the importance of starting the day with a nutritious meal to help boost academic performance.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
New York Giants alumnus (1982-1987) running back, Joe Morris, passes out morning breakfast to students at King School on Wednesday morning. Morris, an advocate for children’s health, discussed the importance of starting the day with a nutritious meal to help boost academic performance.
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Former New York Giants running back Joe Morris shared a game plan with students at Martin Luther King Magnet School on Wednesday: Eat a healthy breakfast. Morris, who played for the Giants from 1982-89 after a standout college career at Syracuse University, passed out breakfast in a third-grade classroom and talked to several other classes about how breakfast can give students a competitive edge. This school year, the Schenectady City School District has implemented a ...


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