Coverage of the NFL these days may be overshadowed by players causing trouble and receiving fines and suspensions, so sometimes it's kind stories go under the radar.
The Los Angeles Rams take on the New York Giants in London this weekend in a game that could make or break one of their seasons, as both teams are on a 3-3 record.
Robert Quinn is with the Rams across the pond despite there being a chance he might not play, and he delivered a fantastic act of kindness during lunchtime earlier this week.
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Seeing a homeless man diving in a dumpster looking for food, the defensive end decided to help the unfortunate man out and provide him with his lunch so that he wouldn't go hungry.
As you can see in the tweet further down in this article, Quinn's gesture was gratefully accepted by the homeless man.
At the moment, Quinn is currently listed as questionable for this Sunday's game against the Giants due to a shoulder injury. However, he traveled to London as there was a chance that he could play.
He's missed the last two Rams games due to the injury, but he has been a full participant in practice the last two days, so there is a possibility he could suit up.
Being a dynamic edge-rusher, Los Angeles will be hopeful he can play so that more pressure is applied to New York's quarterback Eli Manning in the pocket, making it more difficult for him to connect with his wide receivers.