Colts' McAfee gives away Super Bowl tickets to young cancer patient
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updated 1 hour 13 minutes ago 2011-02-07T16:19:44
Share Print Font: +-Indianapolis - It was a touching gift from an Indianapolis Colts player.
Each NFL player gets two tickets to the Super Bowl. Colts punter Pat McAfee gave his seats to a boy in Pennsylvania who is battling cancer.
Nine-year-old Niko O'Toole has a cyst on his brain.
McAfee heard Niko's story, called the family and offered the tickets, along with $1,000 to cover the family's expenses. Niko and his dad went to the game.