Osi Umenyiora, draft prospects play Xbox

April, 26, 2012
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On Wednesday, we told you of Willis McGahee's desire to get fans to work out, and his work with the NFL's Play 60 program.

Well, the NFL's push for exercise doesn't mean fans can't play video games, too. On Wednesday, New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora and a number of draft prospects -- including quarterback Ryan Tannehill, cornerback Stephon Gilmore, receiver Justin Blackmon and tight end Coby Fleener -- connected with kids using Kinect for Xbox 360, which allows controller-free game play so the whole body gets used.

Check out some photos from the event:

OsiMichael Lebrecht/Catalyst Public RelationsGiants defensive end Osi Umenyiora connects with kids during a Kinect for Xbox 360 event.
Tannehill & GilmoreMichael Lebrecht/Catalyst Public RelationsDraft prospects Ryan Tannehill and Stephon Gilmore work on their moves with Kinect for Xbox 360.

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