Wichita is in good hands with the Brown brothers as it's ambassador's.
The NFL duo hosted two separate free football camps for youngsters in Haysville and Wichita, Saturday.
Along with Arthur and Bryce were former K-State teammate and Chiefs' Safety Tysyn Hartman, former K-State linebacker and current Cincinnati Bengal Emmanuel Lamur and former Oklahoma Linebacker Jaydan Bird were on hand to help with the camp. It was put on with the help of Brian Butler.
Arthur and Bryce both are on break before training camp begins for both with their respective teams. Bryce begins his second season with the Philadelphia Eagles and Arthur heads back to Baltimore to join the Ravens in his rookie year. He missed much of the team's OTAs due to surgery.
"You always have to keep a positive attitude and draw and take as much as you can from the opportunity," Arthur Brown said. "I was able to sit back and soak in a lot from the guys that were there but there is that element that you want to apply with your learning. So that was the difficult part of it, so I'm definitely looking forward to training camp."
"We realized people were starting to look up at us and we wanted to impact our community," said Bryce Brown. "This is something we have planned for a long, long time and we finally had the opportunity to do it. I hope the kids learn from it and take from it, and not only apply the things we taught them in football but also everyday life."