NFL players and kids take part in Believe and Achieve football clinic at Bulldog Stadium

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Fresno natives and former Bulldogs who are now in the NFL were back in the Valley on Saturday, taking kids through drills on the gridiron. (KFSN)

Fresno natives and former Bulldogs who are now in the NFL were back in the Valley on Saturday, taking kids through drills on the gridiron. Bulldog Stadium hosted the Believe and Achieve football clinic.

More than 300 4th through 8th graders hit the field for drills led by Robert Golden, Isaiah Burse, Stephone Paige, Stephen Spach and Tyler Clutts. The players say the camp is a great way to get kids the inspiration to achieve their dreams -- all while having a great time.

"What kid wouldn't want to be on this Fresno State turf and inside this stadium? So just being in this stadium is a present for the kids," said Robert Golden of the Pittsburgh Steelers. "One thing that we want to emphasize is that if the kids believe in themselves, then they can achieve anything. There's a lot of talent out there. For the kids to be so young but have that much athleticism, it shows that they have a bright future."

This is the third year the free football camp has been held at Fresno State.
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