Child who got autograph from Joe Burrow wants to repay the NFL quarterback

The moment when Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Burrow stopped to sign a child’s football card impacted that little boy’s life so much that he’s now wanting to give Burrow something in return.He’s a Heisman Trophy winner, star quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals and a role model for many adoring fans, young and old.Burrow was leaving an organized team activity on Thursday with several other Bengals players when he spotted a little boy wearing his jersey, along with a Super Bowl hat. The child named Teddy was accompanied by his little sister, Millie, and father. Their father, Rick Stark, shared the touching moment that unfolded with us online Thursday calling Burrow “a class act.”Stark said Burrow pointed at his son and asked the two children to come to his car window. He then proceeded to sign football cards the children were holding, which they had bought from a shop on Cincinnati’s west side earlier in the day.Stark said his daughter, Millie, is typically kind of shy but said she went right over to Burrow to talk to him.The children then came back to their father grinning from ear to ear to show him their signed football cards, which likely made their year. You can watch the entire encounter in the video player above.Burrow was not the only Bengals player the children got to meet on Thursday. Stark said running back Chris Evans signed his son’s Super Bowl hat. Stark was also impressed by newcomer Cam Taylor-Britt, who was selected by the Bengals in the second round of the NFL draft. According to Stark, Taylor-Britt got all the way out of his vehicle to greet the children, which is a good way to make a lasting impression. Stark said they are buying mini football helmets in hopes of getting to meet Ja’Marr Chase in the future.Stark provided an update to sister station WLWT over the weekend saying little Teddy received his baseball cards Friday night and told his father he wanted to sign one and give it to Burrow since he did the same for him.Wouldn’t it be great if Burrow received Teddy’s baseball card and kept it to have when Teddy makes it into the MLB? Either way, it’s been a touching moment that we couldn’t wait to share with you all! WHO DEY!

The moment when Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Burrow stopped to sign a child’s football card impacted that little boy’s life so much that he’s now wanting to give Burrow something in return.

He’s a Heisman Trophy winner, star quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals and a role model for many adoring fans, young and old.

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Burrow was leaving an organized team activity on Thursday with several other Bengals players when he spotted a little boy wearing his jersey, along with a Super Bowl hat. The child named Teddy was accompanied by his little sister, Millie, and father.

Their father, Rick Stark, shared the touching moment that unfolded with us online Thursday calling Burrow “a class act.”

Stark said Burrow pointed at his son and asked the two children to come to his car window. He then proceeded to sign football cards the children were holding, which they had bought from a shop on Cincinnati’s west side earlier in the day.

Stark said his daughter, Millie, is typically kind of shy but said she went right over to Burrow to talk to him.

The children then came back to their father grinning from ear to ear to show him their signed football cards, which likely made their year.

You can watch the entire encounter in the video player above.

Burrow was not the only Bengals player the children got to meet on Thursday. Stark said running back Chris Evans signed his son’s Super Bowl hat. Stark was also impressed by newcomer Cam Taylor-Britt, who was selected by the Bengals in the second round of the NFL draft. According to Stark, Taylor-Britt got all the way out of his vehicle to greet the children, which is a good way to make a lasting impression.

Stark said they are buying mini football helmets in hopes of getting to meet Ja’Marr Chase in the future.

Stark provided an update to sister station WLWT over the weekend saying little Teddy received his baseball cards Friday night and told his father he wanted to sign one and give it to Burrow since he did the same for him.

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Wouldn’t it be great if Burrow received Teddy’s baseball card and kept it to have when Teddy makes it into the MLB? Either way, it’s been a touching moment that we couldn’t wait to share with you all! WHO DEY!

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