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William Joseph, American football player with Haitian Roots

William Joseph is a professional American football player. His last National Football League team to play for was the Oakland Raiders. His interest for the game began while he was at Edison High School. He has Haitian Roots.

He schooled at the University of Miami where he started every game. William Joseph gained popularity from his college football career. As a junior, William Joseph was third-team All-American recognition by the Associated Press and second-team All-Big East in 2001. He began as a defensive end but later moved to defensive tackle.

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Haitian Invasion Of The NFL And The Super Bowl

Four players in Sunday's Super Bowl XLIV are Haitian Americans, and many other Haitians are looking to follow in their footsteps.

This recent earthquake can only shake but not break us. As Haiti looks to rebuild from January's devastating earthquake, we will continue to make progress in other areas such as sports, education, art, science, technology, medicine and many others.

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Pierre Garcon and Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma are the latest Haitian Super Stars performing in Super Bowl XLIV. Garcon has been raising money for Haiti through his Helping Hands Foundation.

He hopes to raise $500, 000 so he can distribute food and aid during a personal visit in April.

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