Camden's Devon Still has been an outspoken champion for his daughter, Leah Still, as she battles pediatric blood cancer. Now, Leah is a champion all her own.
The 5-year-old is the newest Wheaties Champion, appearing on the General Mills' cereal box for the first time. Still shared a photo of the box on Instagram.
The Cincinnati Bengals player added, "Thanks @wheatiescereal in the words straight out of Leah's mouth, this is so awesome!! #LeahStrong #StillStrong."
Still has tracked his 5-year-old daughter's progress on social media as she endured treatments and, now, beat her cancer into remission. Recently, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where Leah was receiving treatment, cleared her to return home.
Leah was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in June 2014 when she was 4 years old. Though Still wanted to be able to spend time with his daughter, who had a 50 percent chance of survival following her diagnosis, he needed to remain in the NFL to be able to pay for Leah's medical bills.
To alleviate some of Still's stress, the Bengals opted to temporarily move the defensive tackle to the practice squad, enabling him to have more flexibility while still earning team medical insurance. He was later moved to active roster.
Last month, Still and Leah were honored with the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the ESPYs.
Prior to her cancer diagnosis, Leah was living primarily with her mother, Channing Smythe, in Delaware.