NFL 'Noles: Hopkins makes a fan's day
Former Florida State kicker Dustin Hopkins makes classy gesture to young fan.
Former Florida State kicker Dustin Hopkins made one fan's day.
Hopkins, now with Washington in the NFL, walked over to a child in the front row of Sunday's game versus the Philadelphia Eagles and gave the boy a football. The boy, wearing a Washington jersey, jumped up and down enthusiastically after Hopkins shook his hand.
The video below has to make you feel good.
The PERFECT Sunday - THANK YOU Dustin Hopkinspic.twitter.com/a0yjgFfzit— Joy Byrd-Goins? (@7thByrd) October 16, 2016
Hopkins went on to make a 50-yard field goal and was 2 for 2 on the day in Washington's win over the Eagles.
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