Washington Redskins' cornerback Josh Norman is doing what he can to help with recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, according to our affiliate WJLA.
Norman announced on Twitter Saturday that he is donating $100,000 to the island after it was devastated by Hurricane Maria.
"I'm sending 100,000$ as a Start to help you guys out [because] you all are citizens of U.S Just like us," Norman said on social media.
So to the GOV&MAYOR of PR🇵🇷 I'm sending 100,000$ as a Start to help you guys out b/c you all are citizens of U.S Just like us..🇵🇷🇺🇸— *Joshua R. Norman (@J_No24) September 30, 2017
Norman also called for others who have the ability to join him in "being a blessing to some1 else in need."
I would encourage the ppl who can b/c you have the means to do so. Come forth it's always a blessing to be a blessing to some1 else in need.— *Joshua R. Norman (@J_No24) September 30, 2017
In the same stream of tweets, the Redskins defensive back criticized President Trump's response to Puerto Rico, just days after saying Trump was not welcome in D.C.