Players raise money for long-term needs

Updated: February 12, 2005, 1:03 PM ET
Associated Press

LAMNO, Indonesia -- The children in the remote coastal town of Lamno had never heard of American football or New York Giants quarterback Kurt Warner until Saturday.

Warner and teammate Amani Toomer visited here to help raise money for the long-term aid needs of tsunami victims in Aceh province, where the Dec. 26 disaster left more than 200,000 people dead or missing, and many more homeless.

The kids seemed to enjoy their time with the NFL stars, chasing Warner and Toomer ...

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