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He's been supportive of the CFF philosophy and we're proud to call him a Stokesperson.
Take a few minutes to check out ESPN's new feature by Kurt Streeter on what makes Nate such a stand-out individual and athlete, we included an excerpt below:
"It won't be enough to sit and wait. Boyer is one of those curiously American characters allergic to the comforts of conventional living, on a constant quest to prove himself. He needs to "fill a void," to search for meaning, to change the world. He has, by turns, been a Che Guevara-inspired globetrotter, a relief aid worker in Darfur, a mentor to autistic children, a soldier in the Special Forces, a long-snapper at a big-time collegiate program, a scrappy free agent trying to be the oldest rookie in the NFL and, most recently, a mountain climber on Mount Kilimanjaro raising awareness about the global clean-water crisis. He has no wife, no children, no dog. He longs for the next adventure. He is ready to go."
Nate pictured at left, rocking his Tuck Tucks