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Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White, right, talks with quarterback David Fales during an NFL football training camp at Olivet Nazarene University, Thursday, July 30, 2015, in Bourbonnais, Ill. | AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh

Bears rookie Kevin White gifts pair of gloves to 6-year-old fan

SHARE Bears rookie Kevin White gifts pair of gloves to 6-year-old fan
SHARE Bears rookie Kevin White gifts pair of gloves to 6-year-old fan

Bears rookie Kevin White is endearing himself to Chicago sports fans young and old.

ChicagoFootball.com’s Hub Arkush snapped a photo of White gifting a pair of gloves to a 6-year-old fan wearing his No. 13.

The Bears drafted White with the seventh overall pick in the draft, and he’s showing himself to have been worth the pick off the field. We’ll see how he does on the field come September.

Until then, moves like this will certainly make him a welcome addition among Bears fans.

Kris Bryant showed similar kindness before his promotion to the Cubs this season when he gifted an autographed bat to a random Twitter follower.

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