Seattle Seahawk Tre Flowers visits with elementary school kids in Utah

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SPANISH FORK (ABC4 News) – Professional football player Tre Flowers doesn’t only bring his best game to the football field, but Wednesday he brought his best game to Canyon Elementary.

Flowers spoke to the school’s 550 students about the value of healthy eating and getting physical exercise every day.

It’s part of the school’s participation in a program called “Fuel Up for Play 60,” which is the nation’s largest in-school wellness program that encourages students to eat healthier foods.

Fuel Up to Play 60 has more than 73,000 schools participating across the United States with a total of about 13 million students.

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