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Devon Still on daughter Leah: 'We will take a clean bill of health over hair any day'

Bengals defensive Devon Still is hoping that his daughter has lost her hair due to cancer treatment for the last time.  Leah Still, whose battle against pediatric cancer emerged as one of the best stories in the NFL last season, was able to grow back some of her recently, but as Devin put it in his Instagram post on Wednesday, "It was time to go back to the baldy!" Leah, who was...
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Devon Still and daughter Leah pen book about pediatric cancer

Leah Still's battle with pediatric cancer is ongoing, but she's ready to give back. She along with her father -- Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still -- have released a book to help children get a better understanding of the disease, the NFLPA announced on Thursday. The book is titled "I am Leah Strong" and some of the proceeds from the sales will go to help families dealing...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Leah and Devon Still Release Children’s Book

During the 2014 NFL season, there was one little girl who captured the imagination of fans around the sport. Leah Still, the daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, made news last summer as she was battling cancer. In turn, the Bengals, who had released Still, decided to give him another opportunity on the team’s practice squad. That was in large part to help...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Leah Still scored a TD during Rutgers spring game

Such a great story here. Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still’s daughter Leah Still is currently in a battle with pediatric cancer. The cancer is currently in remission and lucky enough for us, Leah was able to make a big splash at the Rutgers spring game as she took a hand-off from her dad and rumbled 45 yards for a TD!
Via The Student Section
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Leah Still Scores First Touchdown Of 2015 Season For Temple (Video)

On a beautiful day in North Philadelphia, Leah Still brought even more sunshine to Temple’s spring football game. Leah, daughter of Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still, was at the Owls’ practice facility Saturday to help kick off college football season. Her father, a Camden, N.J., native, caught a swing pass and handed off to Leah, who dashed 50 yards for the score...
Via NESN.com
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Leah Stil Scores Touchdown at Temple Spring Game

The story of Leah Still keeps on getting better. The four-year-old daughter of Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive tackle Devon Still has been fighting for her life the past seven months, and was invited to participate in the coin toss at Temple’s spring football game. She is beating cancer, and did the same to the Owls’ defensive unit, scoring a touchdown on the first play of...
Via Campus Sports Net
27 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Leah Still scores TD in Temple spring game

Leah Still, the four-year old daughter of Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive lineman Devon Still, has served as an inspiration to many through her battle against cancer. Leah’s cancer is in remission, and today she got to do something that her father hasn’t had the chance to do on a football field—she scored a touchdown. Still is a special guest at Temple’s spring game this...
Via College Spun
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Devon Still: Daughter's cancer is officially in remission

After nearly a full year of anxious waiting, Devon Still finally got the news he was waiting for Wednesday. The defensive end, who re-signed with the Cincinnati Bengals last week, officially announced via Instagram that his daughter Leah’s cancer is in remission. This embed is invalid   " /> Here’s the heartfelt caption that Still included with the photo...
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March 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Scan results show no active disease in Devon Still’s daughter

Last year, Devon Still and his daughter Leah became one of the heartwarming stories of the NFL season. Leah was diagonosed with Stage 4 pediatric cancer in June and given a 50/50 chance of survival. Devon was released by the Bengals after, understandably, not being able to commit 100% to football. However, they signed him...Read More
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March 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Pats honor Devon Still's daughter with tribute video

FOXBORO, Mass. — On-field competition was placed on the back burner for a few moments Sunday night at Gillette Stadium. During the third quarter of their game against the Cincinnati Bengals, the New England Patriots showed a video on the stadium’s Jumbotron honoring Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still’s daughter, Leah, who was diagnosed with pediatric cancer in June. The...
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October 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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