Warrick Dunn, Shelton Quarles, and Doug Williams were on hand to symbolically raise the first wall of the Super Build home.
Doug Williams responds to a few cracks about his age.
Doug and Warrick show it's all in good fun.
The players show their skills with a hammer. Warrick was careful not to hurt himself, as audience members reminded him he had a game coming up. The future homeowners watch as the process begins.
Enough watching...it's time for the future homeowners to pitch in and raise the wall.
Warrick fields questions from reporters. Wow, I guess you would get used to this after a while?
Shelton autographs some T-shirts.
The players pose with the future homeowners.
This really is a great event. Hopefully lots of press will pick up on it while they are in town for the big game. All of the Super Build t-shirts have the number "59" on the back. That represents the donation required to sponsor a squre foot of living space in the habitat home. Learn more at http://www.habitatsuperbuild.com/. Shelton Quarles is involved through his Impact Foundation. Visit http://www.sheltonquarles.org/ for more information. Warrick Dunn is supporting the project through his foundation, http://www.warrickdunnfoundation.org/index.php.