Family Clothesline Selling Shirt to Benefit Devon Still and Daughter

The Family Clothesline is teaming up with Uplifting Athletes to show support for Devon Still and his daughter, Leah, by selling t-shirts.

Four-year old Leah is battling cancer. Last week, she had a successful surgery to remove a cancerous tumor, but months of treatment remain until she’s truly cancer free.

The shirts, available in blue or white, have Still’s Penn State number 71 on the front and back. On the front, above the numbers, are a Penn State logo and a #SackCancer slogan. On the back is Still’s name.

The shirt is purchasable online or at the store’s 352 E. College Ave. location for $19.99. Proceeds from the shirt will go to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

McLanahan’s is also selling a shirt to benefit Still and his daughter.

Still has received support from numerous organizations and people. The New England Patriots honored the former Penn State and current Cincinnati Bengals lineman when their cheerleaders wore his jersey. Team owner Robert Kraft donated $25,000 to pediatric cancer research.

Still’s former coach, and current Houston Texans head coach, Bill O’Brien sent Leah a care package, which he displayed on his Instagram account.


Thanks coach OB and the Texans for send Leah these gifts…can’t go wrong with frozen

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Ben Berkman

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