Great sportsmanship Patriots.

Cincinnati Bengals’ Devon Still was moved to tears on the football field during Sunday night’s game after a tribute was made to his daughter, who had been diagnosed with cancer back in June. While Still sported a “Leah Strong” band on his face, the Patriots’ cheerleaders donned pink pompoms and Still’s #75 jerseys. Patriots owner Robert Kraft will also donate $25,000 to Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center in Leah’s name. Much respect Patriots, you are all the real MVPs. Hit the jump for a video clip of the tribute and more details !

via EOnline!

“Kids always look up to their parents, but in just a matter of a week that all reversed for me,” Still wrote on the PledgeIt page. “I can honestly say I truly look up to my daughter now. In the four years of life she has had, she has been through way more than I have in 24. Her courage, strength, and high spirits through it all is nothing short of inspirational.”

Devon posted a sweet video of himself and his daughter before her surgery where he gave her a pep talk before she underwent surgery to remove a cancerous tumor.

The surgery went well, according to Still’s update on his Instagram page:
“After a 5hr 50min surgery the surgeon was able to remove ALL of her tumor and all of her lymph nodes and her right adrenal gland where it all started from…best news I’ve received in a long time #PrayForLeah #GodIsGood #ThanksForYourSupport,” he wrote.

If you want to help the Bengals sack pediatric cancer, you can check out the PledgeIt page or you can purchase Still’s jersey at the Bengals Pro Shop.