14-year-old double amputee gets to throw TD pass at Lions open practice
Posted: 6:38 PM, Aug 02, 2019
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DETROIT -- AUGUST 2: Calder Hodge, 14, of Houston, Texas, meets Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford before the Lions' open practice at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on August 2, 2019. (Photo by Brad Galli/WXYZ-TV)
DETROIT (WXYZ) -- Calder Hodge, a double amputee from Houston, got the opportunity of a lifetime at Ford Field on Friday.
Hodge, who dreams of playing quarterback in the NFL, was flown to Detroit courtesy of FieldTurf and got to throw a touchdown pass during the Lions' open practice.
Calder Hodge is a double amputee from Houston. He is 14 and wants to be a QB in the NFL.