Dylan Sutcliffe who is 9 years old and has always dreamed of playing for the Cleveland Browns. Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with ataxia telangiectasia a genetic disorder that creates a vast amount of issues in the human body. Even though he has this crippling disorder Dylan got to be part of the Cleveland Browns organization.
Thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Dylan was able to sign a one-day contract with the Browns.
“We are excited to add another quality player to our roster as we prepare for the 2015 season,” said general manager Ray Farmer.
“Dylan is definitely a young man who has all of the ‘Play Like a Brown’ traits, particularly through his passion, toughness and relentlessness. We look forward to seeing him bring that energy to practice this afternoon,” said head coach Mike Pettine.
Dylan got to watch film with Farmer and had a private coaching session with Pettine. Later in the day he joined the team on the practice field and had his own locker.