From Dan Scifo, Latrobe Bulletin:

Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive lineman Cam Heyward is taking care of the team’s home away from home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Heyward ordered meals from Bubba’s in Greensburg and had them delivered to the City of Latrobe Police Department on Friday. Chief John Sleasman said that Heyward had 12 lunches of fish, pierogies and side dishes dropped off at noon on Friday and then 12 more delivered around 7 p.m.

“It was really nice,” Sleasman said. “It was a nice treat. Our guys are running pretty busy. With limited food available for our guys, it turned out real nice.”

“I’ve always been a huge fan of his on and off the field,” Sleasman said. “I see various instances where he reaches out to the community and he’s very giving. We’re grateful and appreciative of this. It just goes to show you what kind of a person he is.”

Sleasman was tipped off two days in advance before Heyward’s delivery. The gesture still caught him off-guard.

“I was surprised,” Sleasman said. “I was definitely grateful and very appreciative.”

“I’d like to reach out and thank him personally for taking care of my officers,” Sleasman said. “It really means a lot to us. I’ll track him down during training camp this year and thank him personally. We’re very grateful and we appreciate it.”

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