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You can feel good about DeAngelo Williams' gesture to breast cancer survivors

We hear you, readers, when you say the news is too negative. Sometimes that’s what’s most worth reporting on. But sometimes you hear about a player such as Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, and his small but significant gesture becomes extremely important — and very much worth reporting. Check out Williams prior to Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, going over to hug breast cancer survivors.
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