It was a day the Hill family never saw coming.
The year was 1969, and Eagles tight end Fred Hill had sustained a knee injury during a game against the Detroit Lions. Hill walked in the front door of his house in Cherry Hill, New Jersey with his leg in a cast and was greeted by his wife, Fran.
The heartbreaking news she shared with him moments later made him forget all about his injury. Their 3-year-old daughter, Kim, had been diagnosed with acute lymphatic leukemia. Doctors estimated she had six months to live.
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