NFL Cheerleaders Wore The Opposing Team's Jersey, And It Was Amazing
October 6, 2014
Last night during the Cincinnati-New England football game, the New England Patriots cheerleaders wore a No. 75 Cincinnati Bengals jersey as a tribute to defensive lineman Devon Still, whose 4-year-old daughter, Leah, is battling cancer.
In June, Leah was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and given a 50-50 chance of survival.
On September 25, Leah after she had surgery to remove a cancerous tumor and Devon never left his daughter's side.
To raise money and awareness about pediatric cancer, the Cincinnati Bengals are donating all of the proceeds from the sales of Still's jersey to the pediatric research efforts of the Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
The Bengals announced that they are closing in on $1 million.
And it's not just Cincinnati fans buying his jersey. Sales have come from all 50 states and overseas.
Stay strong Leah, the entire world is rooting for you.
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