Carolina Panthers cornerback Charles Tillman was 10 years younger the last time he faced off against Peyton Manning in the Super Bowl. He was with the Chicago Bears then, and Manning quarterbacked the Indianapolis Colts to a Super Bowl victory. This time around, Tillman is facing a much older Manning, and he’s a defensive star on a Carolina Panthers team that’s only lost one game all season.In addition to preparing for Super Bowl 50, Tillman is helping Instigate Labs launch a new digital platform called Moment. The app and website has been designed for NFL, MLB, and NBA players to directly connect with fans through 30-60 second personalized videos. At the same time, fans donate money to the athlete’s charity of choice. In Tillman’s case, it’s his Cornerstone Foundation, which helps chronically ill children pay their hospital bills.Tillman told Digital Trends all about Moment, Super Bowl, Madden, and movies in this exclusive interview. Digital Trends: How do you see athletes getting involved with Moment and raising money for charity?Charles Tillman: When you shoot your video it’s literally a 30 – 60 second video. It doesn’t really take away from your daily schedule, and it’s all about how much time do… Read full this story
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