Dec 22, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA;Tennessee Titans free safety Michael Griffin (33) against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the second half at EverBank Field. Tennessee Titans defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 20-16. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Titan's Michael Griffin Bowls Against Diabetes

According to a report at Titans Online, Tennessee Titan Michael Griffin is taking up a charge in the fight against Diabetes, and bowling to help support the cause.

Griffin will host the Strikes To Stop Diabetes celebrity bowling tournament on Monday, September 15, 2014 at the Hillwood Strike and Spare Family Fun Center.

In the past, this event was hosted by Mike Munchak, former Titans coach, but with Mike’s departure from the Titans, someone needed to step up to host the event, and Griffin, an avid bowler, took the reins!

When asked about the new honor, Griffin reportedly said…

I am really excited to host the Strikes to Stop Diabetes event. I am a big bowler, and I have loved playing in th event with my teammates in the past. I am honored to serve as the host this year, and help join in the fight against Diabetes.”

Dreambuilders Foundation will be hosting the event this year that will take place on September 15th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and all of the money raised from the event will go to support the American Diabetes Association.

Those who are lucky enough to participate in the event will get the opportunity to throw some strikes and spare (hopefully no gutter balls) with some of their favorite Titan players, and they’ll also receive a souvenir shirt, and get a chance to participate in a silent auctions to win some great memorabilia.

If you’d like to sponsor the event or participate, the cost is a reasonable $1,200.00, and you can reserve a spot by calling 615-535-3140, or you can also send an email to

As a diabetic myself (diagnosed some 3 years ago), I know the struggles that those with this disease have to endure, and I applaud Michael Griffin’s efforts, as well as those of the team and coaches, to help support the American Diabetes Association. Thanks Michael!

About the American Diabetes Association

The Association has been supporting diabetes research in the academic community for more than half a century, significantly contributing to the landscape of diabetes research.

In 2013, the Research Program made $35.75 million available for research. This included more than 400 active research projects, with approximately 375 investigators at 145 leading academic research institutions across the U.S.

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