Kurt Benkert has brought awareness to issues off the football field for years on Twitter. On Thursday, the Michigan State Football program announced that it was looking for student volunteers. These volunteers would help in various creative areas with the program. That request prompted an interesting response from Green Bay Packers QB, Kurt Benkert:
Do you know how much these skills actually pay?
Michigan St. apparently brought in $42,065,554 in revenue from football last year, but wants free help to grow their brand.
— Kurt Benkert (@KurtBenkert) April 21, 2022
“Do you know how much these skills actually pay,” wrote Benkert. “Michigan State apparently brought in $42,065,554 in revenue from football last year, but wants free help to grow their brand. L”
Kurt Benkert spent his college playing days at both East Carolina (2013-1015) and Virginia (2016-2017). He signed with the Falcons as an undrafted free agent. Now currently with the Packers, Benkert is also heavily involved in the world of e-sports – a world that is full of the type of young creatives that Michigan State is currently seeking out. It is easy to see why he is so passionate about this type of subject.