This heartwarming sports story will make your day:
A group of local kids with amputations got the surprise of a lifetime at Seahawks training camp. A meeting with their new role model and the first one-handed player in NFL history, linebacker Shaquem Griffin.
“I’m too excited to cry and I’m too emotional to not cry,” 12-year-old Levi Meyers said after hugging Griffin. She was born without a fibula, the bone in her lower leg.
As one mom present said, “It shows anything is possible. As parents, we tell our kids they can do anything. They just got to push, and they’re like, ‘Sure mom. Sure dad. I’ll never play in the NFL or the MLB.’ And this just shows that you can. You really can.”