Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Searches For Grieving Fan
Hall of Famer Tommy Kramer, who played for the Minnesota Vikings the first 12 of his 13 years in the NFL, just scored a huge touchdown with fans and non fans alike.
On November 29th, a Vikings fan Tweeted,
"My dad passed away this morning at 51. We watched all the Vikings games together growing up and still watched most of the games together after I moved out. He was my best friend, my boss at work, and now I have to figure out to get through this without leaning on him. " - Skil Cole @SkolSmoth
A day later, November 30th, at 12:44PM, 66-year-old #9 sent out a Tweet to his fans...
I’m not best at this tech stuff. Could use some help reaching out to this young man. Myself and Ed McDaniel would like to invite him to join us at the Dec 26 game. He can spend some time with us at my place and we will take the Limo to the game. - Tommy Kramer @Kramer9Tommy
In less than 15 minutes, Tommy Kramer had his answer.
Sometimes the internet is so great it makes you cry.
And the response on Twitter is just fantastic...
A perfect Minnesota Good News story for the holidays...and every day.
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