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Packers RB DuJuan Harris Escorts Little Girl and Her Pink Bike to Training Camp

Green Bay Packers’ DuJuan Harris carries the bike of a fan to NFL football training camp Monday, July 28, 2014, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
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Dan CarsonTrending Lead WriterJuly 29, 2014

Take a moment and ready yourself, because DuJuan Harris brought the cuteness something fierce this weekend.

The Green Bay Packers running back participated in the team's annual ride-a-neighborhood-kid's-bike-to-camp tradition Saturday.

The Associated Press took some achingly precious pictures of Harris and a little girl who offered her bike to the team.

Morry Gash/Associated Press

In lieu of crushing it into a pink pretzel under his body weight, the 5'8", 203-pound running back decided to carry the bicycle and hold its owner's hand. Sources confirm it was adorable.

Harris' picture is just one of many Taster's Choice moments we've seen from the Packers' bike tradition. Eddie Lacy rode into practice with a girl on his pegs.

Here's a child's bicycle crying for mercy beneath B.J. Raji.

Of course, I can't show you Packers riding bikes without including a picture of Reggie White riding dirty before it was cool.

If I ever get tired of looking at big men riding small bikes, just sweep me off the earth. It's a gift even the most cynical Vikings fan can appreciate.


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