It's the middle of June, which is probably the quietest time of the NFL calendar year. Training camp doesn't start for another six weeks and many of the players are enjoying their last few weeks before they have to get back to work for the 2021 regular season.

However, some players are taking time out right now to makes some kids' dreams come true and that's exactly what happened to one kid named Brayden.

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Harrison Phillips held his 'Playmakers Camps' at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park this weekend and so many kids were able to meet their idols and play football on the actual field where they watch the Bills play.

Brayden's dad tweeted thanks to both Harrison Phillips and Josh Allen for making his son's dream come true, as Brayden got a handoff from Allen and then was embraced by Phillips as he threw the ball over him.

The video is awesome.

The look on Brayden's face says it all and the joy in his voice at the end of the video is incredible. I'm not sure how anyone doesn't get emotional watching that.

It's always a great gesture when players take time out of their busy schedules to help the community and this camp that Harrison Phillips does is such an amazing event for the Buffalo community. I love seeing photos and videos from events such as this.

Go Bills!

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