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Antonio Brown has seemingly been making all the headlines recently, but this one is for nothing but positive reasons. After the Oakland Raiders' Week 2 NFL preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals, the star wide receiver went to a kid in the front row and gave him his glove, making the young man's day in wholesome fashion.
Brown has been criticized all over social media for his frostbitten feet, which have kept him from practicing and playing lately. Brown even showed the camera the current state of his feet on HBO's "Hard Knocks," and it makes sense why he isn't practicing once you had a look for yourself.
The Raiders' receiver has also been in headlines after filing a grievance against the NFL over the league's new helmet rules that prevent him from wearing his old helmet this season. Brown said he would consider retiring from football if he wasn't approved to wear his old helmet. However, after his grievance was rejected, Brown quickly made it clear that he would be rejoining his team.
Whether you are a fan of Brown's antics on or off the field, the emotion from the video above is what being a professional athlete is all about. He gave this kid a moment to remember for the rest of his life and he did it in a positive, professional manner.
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