Lost in the stomach-churning headlines about Ray Rice and Roger Goodell is the amazing story of Devon Still, a Bengals defensive end whose four-year-old daughter is suffering from pediatric cancer. Now, Still is far from an NFL star. In fact, before being activated to the 53-man roster this week, he was a member of Cincinnati's practice squad (a position that was secured in large part to continue health care coverage for his daughter). 

This week, however, the Bengals began selling Still's No. 75 jersey with proceeds going to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital & Pediatric Cancer Care. And, in so doing, the Bengals set a single-day record with more than 1,000 jerseys sold on Wednesday, with a rather large bulk order coming from New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton (who copped 100 jerseys).

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[via Bengals.com]