14-year-old quarterback born without tibia bones honored by ESPYs

Calder Hodge, 14, who dreams of playing in the NFL, was named a 2019 honorary ESPY Award winner.
1:05 | 07/10/19

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We are back now with our "Play of the day" live from Houston, so take it away, Michael and welcome home. All right. Thank you so much, robin. It's great to be home. Great audience, great crowd and was we get ready for our surpriseness Houston we've got an inspiring high school football player from Texas who got the surprise of a lifetime. Look at 14-year-old Calder he is a double amputee who wears prosthetics to play but he said it won't keep him from the game he loves. He was born without tibia bones but he's working hard to make his dreams come true. First dream is college football then he wants to make it to the NFL and you know what, the espys heard about Calder and they just named him a 2019 honorary ESPN award winner. And our station KTRK surprised him with the award and he was completely blown away and if there's ever any example that if you really want something to happen there's no excuses that you can't make it happen. Calder, congratulations, enjoy that espy. It is well deserved.

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