Leah Still, Now in Remission, Adorably Wants Her Dad to Play for the Eagles

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Cincinnati Bengal and Camden native Devon Still and his daughter, Leah, were on FOX Good Day today, a day after announcing that Leah’s cancer was in remission. Leah basically spent the full six-minute segment being adorable, but outdid herself at the end when she looked at her dad and declared: “Daddy, you’re never going back to Cincinnati. You’re playing for the Eagles!”

Still just signed a one-year deal with the Bengals. Awkward.

Video after the jump.

FOX 29 News Philadelphia | WTXF-TV

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19 Responses

  1. You forgot to mention that most important Still is a Nittany Lion! We Are Penn State!!!

  2. I’m sure Commissioner Goodell will step in and declare Still can and will play for the Eagles.

    Because doing the kind, human thing is job #1 with him.

  3. It’s kind of miraculous that she is in remission from a Stage 4 cancer. Happy for her and her family. I had a stage 0 melanoma and- as an adult – was scared silly. The grace and courage that these kids display is remarkable.

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  4. No child should have to suffer the scourge of cancer. So happy for her and Devon.

  5. “Fly, Leah Fly”
    “On The Road To Recovery”
    “Fight, Leah Fight”
    “Kick That Cancer In The Teeth”
    “Don’t Get Low, Head Up High”
    “And Watch That Leah Fly”
    “Fly, Leah Fly”
    “On The Road To Recovery”
    L-E-A-H LEAH!

  6. Leah: Daddy, you’re never going back to Cincinnati. You’re playing for the Eagles!
    Devon: Well, I would love to, but you know, we’re black, so… [ten seconds of awkward silence]

    1. I’m not one to reply to comments but I had to for this one. You’re a total jerk off for turning an amazing story about 4 year old girl beating stage 4 cancer into a race issue.

      1. Umm..you must not be from around here…that’s sort of what goes on. And god bless that little girl.

  7. I would love to have him as an eagle. Very good player. Orlando pace good. CHOP is by far the best children’s hospital on earth. Most adults would curl up into a ball and give up after hearing they have stage 4. It’s unreal how strong and resilient kids are.

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