ORCHARD PARK, NY - Sunday was punter Brian Moorman's first game back in a Bills uniform after he was cut by the team last year and then recently re-signed the to replace Shawn Powell.
But his support of his P.U.N.T. foundation to benefit children battling cancer never stopped. P.U.N.T. stands for "Perseverance, Understanding, Need, Triumph."
On Sunday, he continued his Game Day program and invited some special guests -- kids who have been helped by the foundation -- to watch the game in a private box suite at the stadium.
"It helps you forget about worrying all the time and like when do I do this, what am I supposed to do next," said Alexandra Karges, a guest of the P.U.N.T. Foundation. "It's just, you feel open to everything and it's just lots of fun because you're hanging out with friends and people who understand what you're going through."
The kids, who also had special snacks to enjoy during the game, were from the Camp Good Days and Special Times organization.