Josh Rosen joined the sports world Thursday to participate in the #HugsFromHollyDay campaign.
The campaign honors Holly Heap, former NFL tight end Todd Heap’s daughter, who was tragically killed last year when she was accidentally hit by her father’s truck in their driveway. She was three years old.
After the accident, Todd and his family asked people to honor his daughter and, “share hugs and spread love and joy through random acts of heartfelt kindness,” per NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals quarterback, who was drafted 10th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft, took his mom out to lunch and, as his act of kindness, left their waiter a $300 tip on a $94.50 bill as his random act of kindness.
He marked the receipt with the hashtag before taking to Twitter to ask his followers what they would be doing in order to honor Holly, who would have celebrated her fifth birthday May 3.
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