(FOX 46) - He's been an honorary coach, Cam Newton's dance partner and an inspiration for the Carolina Panthers. And now, he's brining a bunch of celebrities together for a good cause.
Braylon Beam held a charity golf tournament Monday all in the name of raising funds for St. Jude's Children's Hospital and Cancer Research.
Held at the Trump Golf Course, Braylon was able to get NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne and former Panther Rod Smith to play with him.
Braylon said golf is fun but helping find a cure for pediatric cancer is job one!
"It's really important to me and it's going to be fun, and you're going to be riding around, going putting. I'm just doing right now," Braylon said.
Braylon has been a mainstay around the Panthers after going viral with his Just Keep Dancing campaign to raise awareness to pediatric cancer, a battle he's still going through.