CBSSports.com teams with Wounded Warrior Project

Want to make a little bit of a difference today? Take a moment to click on this CBSSports.com link to watch an episode of an exclusive 10-week web series leading up to the Showtime and CBS Sports co-produced documentary film A Game of Honor.

The webisodes, narrated by Jim Nantz, by themselves are worth watching; you'll likely get a few goosebumps and maybe shed a tear.

But CBSSports.com, through Dec. 10 when Army and Navy meet in their annual game, will make a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project for every webisode view.

The donation tally began Dec. 6 with the release of the latest IA Game of Honor webisode, Helping a Fallen Soldier: The Eric LeGrand Story, which details the Army football team's bond with former Rutgers football player, Eric LeGrand who was partially paralyzed in a game against the Black Knights in October of 2010.

A Game of Honor premieres on Showtime Dec. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The Army-Navy Game presented by USAA will be nationally televised from Washington D.C. on Dec. 10 at 2:30 p.m. ET on CBS Sports, and streamed live on CBSSports.com and CBS Sports Mobile.

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