Howell Brown III, 10, vigorously spins the knobs while playing foosball with Rae Brown, right, during a day with the N.C. Central football team in Durham, N.C., on Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014. Brown had a rare brain tumor removed and gone through radiation and chemotherapy since December, 2012. Brown was given a news conference and offered a “scholarship” to join the football team for the season, and will have the opportunity to spend time with the team and be at the games.
Howell Brown III, 10, vigorously spins the knobs while playing foosball with Rae Brown, right, during a day with the N.C. Central football team in Durham, N.C., on Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014. Brown had a rare brain tumor removed and gone through radiation and chemotherapy since December, 2012. Brown was given a news conference and offered a “scholarship” to join the football team for the season, and will have the opportunity to spend time with the team and be at the games. newsobserver.com
Howell Brown III, 10, vigorously spins the knobs while playing foosball with Rae Brown, right, during a day with the N.C. Central football team in Durham, N.C., on Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014. Brown had a rare brain tumor removed and gone through radiation and chemotherapy since December, 2012. Brown was given a news conference and offered a “scholarship” to join the football team for the season, and will have the opportunity to spend time with the team and be at the games. newsobserver.com

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