Ken Anderson hosts walk through stadiums on Sunday

While the Bengals are battling future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady at New England Sunday at 1 p.m., the Bengals own quarterback who is a Hall of Fame candidate is giving back to the community again.

Ken Anderson, who has two more NFL passing titles than Brady's two, unveils his Ken Anderson Foundation Stadium Stride in a 1.5 mile walk through Paul Brown Stadium and Great American Ball Park beginning at 11 a.m.

The walk ends with a viewing party at The Banks, where the Bengals-Pats game can be seen on the Freedom Way video screen.

All ages are welcome with food and refreshments available as Anderson continues to raise money to build communities tailored for the vocational, social, and housing needs of adults with developmental disabilities.

Registration begins at the PBS plaza level at 8:30 am. Adult registration fees are $25, children $10, and VIP $200. Participants can form a team to raise money for a non-profit group with 25 percent of the amount contributed after the registration cost donated back to the group.

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