Get ready to cry some man tears.
Like, this kind:
While Patriots Nation has been soaking in the joy of the team’s sixth Lombardi for the past two weeks, the team hasn’t forgotten about their legion of fans that may have had to celebrate the trophy from a hospital bed. As anyone who’s been in that situation knows full well, just getting through the days can be a physical and mental struggle when you’re trying to come back from whatever was severe enough that you landed in the hospital in the first place. So what better way to bring some joy to the fans that may be down on their luck than bring the trophy to them?
That’s what safety Duron Harmon and defensive end Deatrich Wise did this past week, and, well, ROLL IT
“When we see those smiles...it just let’s me know that we’re doing what we’re supposed to do.”— New England Patriots (@Patriots) February 15, 2019
On Valentine’s Day, @dharm32 and @wisehog94 visited @MassGeneralNews to spread some love. pic.twitter.com/Ep1OevVd8i
There’s a reason they call Duron Harmon “The Voice”: this guy knows.
“Well, it’s humbling, obviously, you know, winning the game, winning the Super Bowl is a great feeling and a great honor. A team honor. But at the end of the day, when you see the smiles on these kids’ faces when we walk in just to spend a few moments with them, it beats winning any Super Bowl any day.”
“We’re doing something bigger than ourselves, and we gotta use this platform to continue to do it, so when we see those smiles, obviously it’s great for us, but it just lets me know that we’re doing what we’re supposed to be doing”
Enjoy the long weekend and be excellent to each other, everyone.