Bobby Wagner is hosting his first football camp as a Ram

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Bobby Wagner has always been heralded as a leader since coming into the NFL in 2012. He was a longtime captain with the Seattle Seahawks, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he’s voted a captain in his first season with the Los Angeles Rams. Wagner, who’s returning to his hometown of Los Angeles, is thrilled about being back in L.A. where he was born and raised.

He’s already giving back to the community, too, helping the younger generation of football players. Wagner announced that he’s hosting his first youth football camp as a member of the Rams.

Even better, he’s holding it at his old high school, Colony High, in Ontario, Calif. Wagner announced that space is limited, and it’s no surprise that the camp is already full.

Wagner is just the latest Rams player to host a camp, joining Aaron Donald, Darrell Henderson Jr. and Tutu Atwell this offseason alone.