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Devon Still's daughter to be in attendance for Bengals game

According to Devon, this will be Leah's first game of the season (Photo: FOX19) According to Devon, this will be Leah's first game of the season (Photo: FOX19)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Devon Still's daughter will be in attendance for Thursday night game against the Cleveland Browns.

Leah Still, 4, is currently being treated for cancer.  Devon announced in June on instagram that his 4-year-old daughter Leah has stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer.

According to Devon, this will be Leah's first game of the season. 

After the first quarter, the team will present a check for more than $1 million to Children's Hospital for cancer treatment and research. The money was raised from sales of Still's jersey.

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