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New Orleans Saints showed support for Devon Still's daughter Leah at Sunday's game

Coach Sean Payton, Devon Still met after game

The New Orleans Saints showed their support for Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still during and after Sunday's game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This summer, Leah Still, the 4-year-old daughter of Devon, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma.

During the second quarter, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome PA announcer informed Saints fans of Leah's condition and how they can support her as she continues to battle her illness.

Saints Coach Sean Payton met Devon for the first time after the game. In September, Payton purchased 100 of Devon's jerseys after hearing Leah's story.

As Devon was leaving the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, he was met by members of the Saintsations holding a basket full of treats to take home to Leah.

@Saintsations presented @Dev_Still71 with a goodie basket to take home to his daughter Leah! @WWLTV pic.twitter.com/USa7CadovH — Tamica Lee (@TamicaLee) November 16, 2014

You can make a donation to help Leah and children like her fight and remain #LeahStrong by visiting pldgit.com/prayforleah. Devon Still's jersey is available here.

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