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Buffalo Bills player wears friendship bracelet made by a young man in official photos

The boy sent a letter and bracelet to Keon Coleman, the newest addition to the team and he decided to wear it for the official portraits.

Buffalo Bills player wears friendship bracelet made by a young man in official photos
Cover Image Source: X | @17bruins_bills

People admire celebrities and sportsmen with a lot of respect and care. They look up to these ideals and take inspiration from their extraordinary lives. Similarly, a young fan sent a handmade bracelet to his favorite football player and the sportsmen returned the gesture in the best way possible. The boy, Logan, sent a letter and a friendship bracelet to Keon Coleman to welcome him to the team, as per his mum's (@17bruins_bills) post on X. Buffalo Bills is a football team based out of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls region.  The friendship bracelet had "Let's Go Bills," sewn on them with red and blue beads. It is also the color combination of the team's jersey.

Image Source: INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - MARCH 01: Keon Coleman #WO04 of the Florida State Seminoles speaks to the media during the 2024 NFL Draft Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 01, 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)
Image Source: Keon Coleman #WO04 of the Florida State Seminoles speaks to the media during the 2024 NFL Draft Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 01, 2024, in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images)

The fan's thoughtful letter read, "Welcome to Buffalo Keon! Last summer, I started making friendship bracelets to give to players to spread love. I wanted to send you some. I hope they fit (they stretch out). I can't wait to see and hopefully meet you at training camp. Go Bills." The boy wrote the letter on May 5 and included food recommendations that the player should try, according to Logan. It included a pizza place, a sandwich joint and an "Ultimate chocolate chip cookie with frosting in the middle." He signed off with a little heart.



 

Coleman must have loved the boy's gift because he wore the bracelet in his official rookie photos. A family friend noticed this and took to X to post Coleman's photo alongside the letter the boy had sent. @leslileanne94 captioned the post, "In case you needed another reason to love @keoncoleman6. My friend's son wrote him a letter and sent it with these bracelets... And Keon wore them for his rookie pics. This boy's day was made." Even the football player posted the letter on his Instagram. The boy also made a picture of the player in his jersey. In an X post, the boy's mom wrote, "Logan wanted to welcome him into #billsmafia the best way he knows how: bracelets and drawings!"


 
 
 
 
 
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@michaelschwartztv talked about the boy in a post and pointed out, "This is Logan Bittner of Spencerport. We met last training camp and I think every Bills player has a custom bracelet from him, including the newest one…" In a follow-up post, the 10-year-old's mom said, "The last 24 hours have been absolutely amazing. Logan never thought his letter would reach @keoncoleman6— let alone the world! He is the sweetest kid and the biggest @BuffaloBills hype kid. He struggles with writing and this has been a huge confidence boost. Kindness wins."



 

The boy was super excited and was jumping up and down that his letter and bracelets reached Coleman, as per the mom. @gawlakgail commented on the post, "I'm so happy for Logan! Keon is a real one. Man, just when I thought I couldn't love him any more than I already do ..." @TheJoeySwoll wrote, "The best thing I’ve seen today. Love this kid and hope to see him bring more joy to people during his career. He’s special. Buffalo is blessed to have him." @MonsieurPhilly remarked, "Not gonna lie. He got one of the best personalities coming out of the draft. Nothing but good vibes coming from him. Wish him the best." @mikes2923 expressed, "As a Dolphins fan, I'm not used to rooting for anyone in Buffalo, but I'm rooting for this kid. We need more people like him in the league. Wishing him the best for 15 games a year, lol!"



 

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