Joshua Morgan Honored By D.C. Council
The wide receiver, who grew up down the street from RFK Stadium and is entering his second year with the Redskins, was honored for his charitable contributions to the city.
BY ZAC BOYER
Joshua Morgan was presented with a ceremonial resolution by the Council of the District of Columbia on Tuesday, recognizing his work within the community and proclaiming June 20, his birthday, as “Joshua Morgan Day” in the city.
Morgan, a Washington native, has been heavily involved with the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation since joining the team last season, and he also serves as an area spokesman for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the United Way and the United Negro College Fund.
He will host a fundraiser Friday in Arlington to raise money for all three charities. For tickets or to donate, visit jmorganpartywpurpose.eventbrite.com.