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Kramer-led auction aids Gridiron Greats

Feb. 15, 2007
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After helping raise more than $120,000 to assist disabled and needy NFL veterans, former Green Bay Packers guard Jerry Kramer said the battle is just starting.

"We've got to keep the pressure on and keep things going," Kramer said in a telephone interview Wednesday. "We've got a lot of work left to do, so we're by no stretch of the imagination finished."

An online auction that kicked off during Super Bowl week raised about $100,000, and more than $20,000 in cash was donated. The outpouring of support was so strong that Kramer's Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund started another auction Tuesday. ...

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