Last season, when the Denver Broncos visited the Children’s Hospital Colorado, Current Broncos and former Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer visited eight year old Carson Cline and made a friend.
Cline was born with cerebral palsy, and after the visit Latimer and Cline stayed in touch.
Latimer was kind enough to help Cline, a devout Broncos fan, on the sidelines at Mile High Stadium. Cline even helped invent a touchdown dance for the Broncos wide receiver.
Latimer, on his designated day off, took time to go surprise Cline while he was at school.
— Broncos Off Field (@BroncosOffField) September 20, 2016
After Latimer surprised his buddy, he stayed to read and hang out with Cline and his classmates.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) September 20, 2016
Kudos to Latimer, who took the time to make a difference in live of Cline and his classmates.