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Saquon Barkley shows love to fan snubbed by Cowboys’ DeMarcus Lawrence

Chris Pastrick
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New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley came to the rescue of a fan snubbed on an autograph from DeMarcus Lawrence.

Leave it to a Penn State grad to bring class to a classless situation.

Last Sunday, after the Dallas Cowboys hosted the New York Giants in Arlington, Texas, 11-year-old Kamil Bautista was outside AT&T Stadium hoping to score an autograph or two from some players, reports TMZ.

Along came Cowboys’ defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence.

Snubbed. Big time!

As if the walkaway and “get the right jersey, son” comment wasn’t bad enough, Lawrence had to expand on it later.

TMZ reports Barkley will fly Kamil and his family out to New York for the Nov. 10 game against the Jets.

The site says the star running back will give the family the VIP treatment at MetLife Stadium, from a meet-and-greet to autographs from Barkley (of course) along with other Giants players.

Not a bad result, kid.

Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Chris at 412-320-7898, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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