“I have no doubt that this group’s united voice will inspire others to walk alongside us…” – Jeff Hostetler.

QB United Press Release:

Two-time NFL Super Bowl champion Jeff Hostetler, QB United‘s founding member and spokesman, expressed how unprecedented this collective movement is. “I am really impressed with how quickly this group of QBs responded. This unified voice is going to attack suicide, which has reached historic levels, by bringing awareness, hope, and ultimately healing. I have no doubt that this group’s united voice will inspire others to walk alongside us, now and in the future.”

The QB United quarterbacks are among the most accomplished and recognizable names in NFL history, including Troy Aikman, Terry Bradshaw, John Elway, Eli Manning, Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, Joe Namath, Dak Prescott, Ben Roethlisberger, Doug Williams and Steve Young.

Together they span seven decades of NFL champions, have 21 Super Bowl victories, 11 are Pro Football Hall of Famers and nine are current NFL quarterbacks. They are joining forces as one united, powerful, and trusted voice to drive awareness, hope, and healing for some of the most important charitable causes in the world.

QB United Campaign, Video Launch with NFL Sunday Kickoff, World Suicide Prevention Day

QB United’s suicide prevention campaign features a one-minute video which aggregates short mobile video clips by the 57 current and past NFL quarterbacks who speak directly on camera, providing messages of support: “talk to someone,” “talk to your family,” “you matter,” “stay here with us,” “you are loved,” and “it’s OK to talk about it.” The video highlights that, according to the World Health Organization, every 40 seconds someone dies by suicide, less time than the video itself. Here is a 30-second version of the one-minute video which debuts September 10.

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