Paralyzed Rutgers football player to make public appearance

Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand is expected to attend a benefit on his behalf tomorrow night in Piscataway.The show, called the Laugh to Heal

PISCATAWAY - Paralyzed Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand is expected to attend a benefit on his behalf tomorrow night in Piscataway.

The show, called the Laugh to Heal Comedy Fest, will be hosted by comedian Bill Belamy. The event will be LeGrand's first public appearance since being paralyzed in October during a game versus Army.

Tickets for the event at the Rutgers Athletic Center start at $15 for students, and go up to $50.

The Rutgers University Ticket Office

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