CANTON, Ohio (AP) — When David Baker heard about Project Isaiah and its goal of feeding families in need during the coronavirus pandemic, there was no question what the Pro Football Hall of Fame president would do. Immediately,  he hooked up with the initiative. Some hall inductees got involved, led by wide receiver Cris Carter, who grew often going hungry in Dayton, Ohio, with six siblings and one parent. Launched in April, Project Isaiah has provided more than 1 million boxed meals to families in 11 cities.

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