Packers Linebacker A.J. Hawk Cuts His Long, Golden Locks to Help Kids With Cancer
Most fans know Packers Linebacker A.J. Hawk as the guy that looks like Clay Matthews, but that will no longer be the case. Hawk has worn long, golden locks since his college days at Ohio State.
Hawk cut his hair and will donate it to kids who have lost theirs in chemotherapy. Hawk and his wife recently started a charity called "Hawk's Locks for Kids." They are also partnering with Wigs For Kids, a charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair to chemotherapy.
On March 2nd Hawk tweeted, "No child should have to feel ashamed of themselves due to a disease."
The only requirement for donating to Wigs For Kids is that the donation must be twelve inches of longer. That was certainly not an issue for the Packers linebacker.