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Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham ended up getting some help from a homeless man this weekend. He was 50 cents short on a parking meter and a homeless man ended up helping him out by giving him the 50 cents, so he rewarded him with $100.
S/O to the homeless man that paid 50 cents in the parking meter so we wouldn’t get a 55$ ticket. Had to give that man a 100 for that.
— Jermaine Gresham (@JGresham84) July 7, 2012
It’s nice to read a story like this, with all of the negative news we typically get day in and day out.
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Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham tweeted today that a homeless man helped him avoid a $55 parking ticket by dropping two quarters into a parking meter for him. He picked the right guy to help.
Gresham didn't have 50 cents, but he did have a crisp $100 dollar bill, which he gave the man for his kindness.
Jermaine Gresham has always been held in semi-high regard as a TE that is due to explode at any moment into one of the best in the game.
The Bengals standout also it seems has a golden heart as he recently made the day of a homeless man in Las Vegas.
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