Vikings' Greenway opens 'Chad's Locker' at Amplatz Children's Hospital

Another day, another good deed for the Vikings' Chad Greenway.
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway launched “Chad’s Locker” today at the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children’s Hospital. The locker is packed with iPads, notebook computers, DVD players and other electronic games and goodies.

The locker will help patients -- and their families -- pass the time during recovery and treatment.

Greenway's locker is just another chapter in his long history of giving. He's already established his 'Lead The Way Foundation' which is dedicated to individuals and families in need of financial or medical help.

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