LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Raiders put the Las Vegas community first on Tuesday ahead of their move to the valley.

Darren Waller and Alec Ingold served lunch to excited students at Jack Dailey Elementary School. The staff and students they sang the players songs, laughed and shared snacks.

The Raiders media team says community service is a priority for the team and the players aspire to be role models for the kids who look up to them.

This was "just the beginning" of what is to come in Las Vegas for the Raiders. 

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Jimmy coors

How much of the thug team is of lower iq level?

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