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Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has had a great season, defying the odds against him as the NFL’s oldest wide receiver and helping his team to arrive on solid ground with four games left in the year. Amid that success, Smith has been using his high profile to raise awareness for a cause that he’s very passionate about.
Last week, the Baltimore Ravens snapped up former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith, much to the chagrin of Smith’s number one fan, 7 year-old Gavin Simone.
Gavin’s dad filmed his son sobbing about the loss of his favorite player, and because the video had that mix of adorable kid being kinda funny/heart-string tugging emotion, it quickly went viral. So viral, in fact, that Smith himself saw it. “It touched me a little bit,” Smith said, according to ESPN. “He was bawling. He had the ugly face cry.” So Smith decided to cheer his young fan up with a surprise visit… on national TV.