Blake Bortles provides meals for first responders in Jacksonville

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Over the years the term Bortlin’ has been ripe with negative connotations. But that should change in perpetuity given his heartwarming actions following the tragic shooting at a Madden event in Jacksonville on Saturday.

As first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Bortles provided meals near the site of the shooting for first responders, along with a handwritten note.

The Blake Bortles Foundation funded meals at Mambo’s Cuban Cafe in two different shifts.  Saturday’s mass shooting at Jacksonville’s Landing left 2 dead and 10 injured. The two men senselessly killed were Elijah Clayton, a 22-year old former high school football player and 28-year-old Taylor Robertson who won the Madden Tournament two years ago.

Jaguars owner Shad Khan issued this statement following the shooting: