Former Bucs RB Warrick Dunn Still Changing Lives for Single Moms

Luke Easterling

On the field, Warrick Dunn was one of the most dynamic and electrifying playmakers in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history.

Off the field, he's made an even bigger impact.

Over more the two decades, Dunn has been changing the lives of single mothers by surprising them with new homes through his charity's "Home for the Holidays" initiative. He recently gifted a new home to a single mother for the 173rd time in St. Petersburg, not far from where he used to score touchdowns at Raymond James Stadium.

A star at Florida State before enjoying a long career with the Bucs and the Atlanta Falcons, Dunn's charity work is a labor of love that hits close to home. His mother, a police officer and single parent to six children, was murdered when Dunn was just a teenager.

Kudos to Dunn for continuing to make a huge difference in the lives of others, and for leaving his communities better than he found them.