Braylon Beam Signs A One-Year Deal With Panthers
6-year old cancer patient Braylon Beam has just signed a year with the Panthers and he is very happy about the whole deal. In fact, Beam has already created the first play for Panther’s quarterback Cam Newton for the team’s opening match, which will be staged at the Bank of America Stadium.
While flashing his adorable smile, Bean said on Tuesday that his plan will have Newton throwing the ball. “Throw it deep,” he said.
For those who are wondering who Beam is, here is something to help you out. Braylon Beam is a 6-year old cancer patient who has come up with a brilliant campaign dubbed #Justkeepdancing. He started the campaign as one of his ways of fighting chemotherapy treatments.
Back in February, a brain tumor was found inside Beam’s brain after he discovered that he was beginning to lose his sight.
Over the past few months Beam has been able to attract lots of attention in his campaign and has been featured in a number of TV shows including Ellen DeGeneres show where he revealed that his goal in life was to one day be able to coach the Carolina Panthers. Upon hearing his request the management at Carolina Panthers made Beams wish possible by offering him a one-day contract as the coach of the Carolina Panthers.
Beam has shown tremendous character while dealing with this issue and his attitude, strength and his will to fight has attracted many who have showered him with praises. Beam can now cross coaching the Carolina Panthers and top NFL quarterback Cam Newton off his to do list. How sweet.