Kansas City Chiefs WR Dexter McCluster recently joined KCTV-5 in Kansas City to talk about the relief efforts in Joplin, Mo., the NFL lockout and what he's been doing with his time off.
He also showed off his vocal chords. After a few minutes of chatting about his offseason, McCluster sang the national anthem. You can view video of it here.
Here's a summary of what else he had to say:
On the Chiefs trip to Joplin: "I was unable to make it to that but in hopes to raise money I sung money to raise money at a charity event."
On helping raise money "It's just been instilled in me. Back in college, I used to do a lot of community work. I love to put a smile on people's face. I'm energetic, I'm goofy. I'm more than a football player and I want a lot of people to know that I am. If I can help, I'm going to do whatever I can.
On what he's been doing in the offseason: "In my offseason, I've been doing a lot of recording. I love to sing, one of my passions. I tagged along with one of my friends, Omar Love from Mississippi, and we've been in the studio, uplifting each other and having fun with it."
On the NFL lockout: "There's going to be football. We're feeling the same pain you're feeling. We're ready to go. When it comes, we're going to make sure, boom, it's like Fourth of July."
(H/T Arrowheadlines and MUChief)