Bengals donating proceeds of Devon Still jersey sales to pediatric cancer causes

Devon Still was drafted by the Bengals in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft.

The Cincinnati Bengals are doing more to support their defensive lineman whose daughter is battling cancer.

Proceeds from the sales of the jersey of Devon Still will go to benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and pediatric cancer care and research, the team announced Tuesday.

Still’s jersey is available for $100 on the team’s official online shop.

The 25-year-old was cut by the Bengals but then re-signed to the team’s practice squad in part to help him pay for the cost of his little girl’s cancer treatment.

Still found out about 4-year-old Leah’s diagnosis with Stage IV cancer in June. He said he considered giving up the game but wanted to continue to play to seek solace from the pain of thinking about his daughter’s fight.

Throughout Leah’s battle, Still has shared both his and her journey on his Instagram account. A warning – you may very well need some tissues handy as you scroll through the photos and videos.