A stunned Isabella Bottomley, 8, reacts after Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart gave her the ball he’d carried into the end zone for the first touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday.
A stunned Isabella Bottomley, 8, reacts after Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart gave her the ball he’d carried into the end zone for the first touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
A stunned Isabella Bottomley, 8, reacts after Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart gave her the ball he’d carried into the end zone for the first touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Carolina Panthers game gives 8-year-old girl a gift she’ll never forget

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