A capacity crowd of 750 people at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo rose to their feet to give quarterback Andy Dalton yet another standing ovation Saturday morning.
As if there was any other possible reaction.
Dalton was in town this weekend to receive the Call to Courage Award, given to an athlete who displays exemplary character through adversity and triumph.
Frank Reich presented Dalton with the award (you can hear Reich's closing remarks in the link above) and mentioned Dalton's humility and faith.
Dalton and his wife, Jordan, run the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, which helps provide support and experiences for seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families.
You know the story by now. Bills fans famously supported Dalton's charity after he helped break Buffalo's long playoff drought.
Dalton is forever indebted to the City of Buffalo.
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