Even though the Jacksonville Jaguars lost 27-24 to the Arizona Cardinals on the road on Sunday, rookie RB Leonard Fournette was still in a giving mood.

The former LSU star took time out of his day to make a fan smile, signing his cleats and giving them away.

As you can see in the video below, shared by ESPN on Twitter, Fournette gives the young fan, who is in a wheelchair, his cleats, but not before autographing both of them first:

That’s a classy gesture from Fournette, and one the young rookie has been known to make, as he has a very generous spirit.

Fournette didn’t have the best day on the field, running for only 25 yards and adding only 17 more in the passing game, but it’s nice to see he knows what is important in life.

The gesture above made that fan’s day, and the Jaguars are still tied for first place in the AFC South, so there’s still plenty of playoff hope in Jacksonville.

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