Cornell Webster (born November 2, 1954 in Greenville, Tennessee) is a former professional American football player who played cornerback for four seasons for the Seattle Seahawks.
Also known as "The One and Only C.W.", Cornell has been a driving force in the community and society of his Oklahoma town as a family man and a model citizen. C.W. opened "The Fifty Yard Line", a homemade barbecue-style restaurant in which he applied his love for football. As of 2011 Cornell is a member of the Morning Star Baptist Church, Tulsa, OK pastor Herbert D Edmondson III, where he is a devoted mentor to the youth (males). He has been a speaker of the brotherhood ministry and is loved by all. Mr. Webster also gives his time to underserved males (youth) in his community by providing football training sessions to those who cannot afford training from other places. He devotes his spare time to coaching Little League football, with The Boys Club of America. In addition to the Contributions in his community, Mr. Webster is in the process of opening transitional housing for female offenders, a much needed entity in Tulsa. These homes will be educational based and will also focus on reintegrating the female offender into society without reverting to unlawful behavior.
By Dean Hanley
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