What have you been doing to keep busy during these strange times without live sports?
Brandon Graham: I have been playing a lot of board games, catching up on TV shows, and getting things done around the house with the family.
Have you done any group FaceTiming with any of your Eagles teammates?
BG: No. I just talk to a couple people via text.
How are you getting your sports fill? Watching old games? YouTube?
BG: I've been watching old high school film that I got converted from VHS to USB. I have been watching alot of prank phone calls videos by the Steve Harvey morning show. They're a great distraction.
Any tips for everyone stuck at home who may be stressed?
BG: Try to look at the positives. We now have a bunch of free time to get stuff done, so spend your time staying prepared and being productive.
Is there specific content you'd recommend to others? Anything you're binge watching reading or listening to?
BG: I recommend everybody to go and watch Tiger King on Netflix and read a book called No More Excuses: The Five Accountabilities for Personal and Organizational Growth.
Is there a local business or charity you're supporting during these tough times?
BG: I am donating $5,000 to Detroit PAL to help them with keeping some of the programs afloat. I'm also using social media to encourage others to donate.
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