Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still was reduced to tears by what members of the New England Patriots cheerleading squad did on the field Sunday.
During a break, the Patriots cheerleaders donned the jerseys of the Bengals in tribute to Still's young daughter, who is fighting cancer.
WATCH: New England Patriots cheerleading squad reduces Still to tears:
Wearing Still's number 75, the squad showed their support for pediatric cancer research with a routine to the tune of "Brave" by pop-singer Sara Bareilles.
Moreover, Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he would donate $25,000 to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
The tribute ultimately reduced Still to tears.
WATCH: Still delivers pep talk to daughter before surgery:
Pre-surgery pep talk...I might be nervous and scared beyond words but I'll never let her see it...let's get this done!
Throughout the season, the NFL has continued to show support for Still and his cancer-stricken daughter.
The Bengals kept him on their roster so that he can maintain his health insurance as his daughter battles cancer. Further, the team has sold his jersey in stores with the profits going to cancer research.
(H/T: Mail Online)
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