Cheerleaders Brought an NFL Player to Tears. Why They Did It Will Make Your Heart Melt.

Football is a very competitive sport but how the cheerleaders on the opposing team honored Devon Still and his daughter is beautiful. During a music video tribute to kids fighting cancer, cheerleaders for the New England Patriots traded their usual outfits and donned Cincinnati Bengals jerseys with #75 on them, Devon Still’s player number.

Devon Still’s daughter Leah who is 4 years old was diagnosed with neuroblastoma cancer and now recovering from tumor removal surgery. Nearly two years after her diagnosis, she continues to fight cancer with the support of her friends and family.

Devon Still with his daughter Leah who is fighting cancer.

Devon Still with his daughter Leah who is fighting cancer.

The Patriots played a music video tribute to kids fighting cancer. Afterwards, the cheerleaders switched their outfits to something special.

The Patriots played a music video tribute to kids fighting cancer. Afterwards, the cheerleaders switched their outfits to something special.

They wore Bengals jerseys with David Still’s number, 75. Patriots owner Robert Kraft also donated $25,000 to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in his Leah’s name.

Patriots cheerleaders wore Bengals jerseys with David Still's number, 75. Patriots owner Robert Kraft also donated $25,000 to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in his Leah’s name.

Still showing support for his daughter with “Leah Strong” on his nasal strip. Still fought back tears during the event and the crowd gave him an ovation.

Still showing support for his daughter with “Leah Strong” on his nasal strip. Still fought back tears during the event and the crowd gave him an ovation.

This was a class act all the way. The Bengals have already helped to raise more than $1 million for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital by selling Devon’s jersey.

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