The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including running back Nick Chubb’s gesture that brought a fan to tears
Five practices are in the books for the Cleveland Browns as they continue to prepare for the 2019 NFL Season. Most of the stories we have been hearing during those workouts pertain to how the players are looking on the field.
On Monday, we had a story about something other than the play thanks to second-year running back Nick Chubb. The team’s leading rusher from 2018 spotted a fan in the crowd holding a sign that said it was his ninth birthday.
Chubb then tossed the kid a football, which led to tears of happiness. It may have seemed like a small act from Chubb but it was incredibly moving to see how invested this young fan was. It’s just a great reminder of how much people get invested with their teams and how these players can make a kid’s day without much effort at all.
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Cleveland Browns News
"“At Cleveland’s training camp on Monday, a young fan wearing an orange Baker Mayfield jersey sat accompanied by a sign that read ‘It’s my 9th birthday today!’According to Marla Ridenour, who was in attendance at the team’s facility in Berea, Chubb tossed a football to the kid, who was unable to hold back the tears as he was overcome with joy.”"
Chubb even saw a tweet later on and again wished the kid a happy birthday. A true professional, Chubb deserves kudos for his gesture.
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