Dean Lowry's first season in the NFL produced ample playing time for the Boylan and Northwestern grad in Green Bay. Now heading into his second Packers season, Lowry spent part of his offseason at Sportscore Two to serve as a guest instructor for the Park District's annual youth football camp.
Players and coaches from Auburn, East, Guilford, and Boylan, as well as representatives from Rockford University, put players through various drill stations to work on technique and form in various football disciplines. Lowry was happy to contribute and serve as a positive role model for the game's up-and-coming talent from the community.
"It's nice being back home here. This was me about ten years ago, having big dreams of being in the NFL. I worked hard and great things happened. It's great to be around these kids and have this impact and help them reach their next goal. I have great support throughout the whole city of Rockford. So to be out here and see people from all over the city and support me and give back and talk to them, it's a really special day," said Lowry.