When Emilie LeCompte and her 9-year-old son, Quinn, pulled up to the Minnesota Vikings’ training facility on Monday for the team’s annual trick-or-treat event, Quinn told his mother how cool it would be if quarterback Kirk Cousins was there.LeCompte told Quinn she didn’t think Cousins would be present. After all, just a day before, Cousins had suffered a noncontact injury in the fourth quarter of the Vikings’ 24-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers.
‘So my shy, football-loving boy is like, ‘Kirk, would you mind signing my football please?” LeCompte said. ‘And he said, ‘Of course,’ and he signed it. The other kids then felt they had enough courage to get their things signed…. The look on my son’s face the rest of the night, he was just on cloud nine.’LeCompte snapped a photo of Cousins signing Quinn’s football and sent it to her brother, Blair Reynolds.
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