Students make 'Child of God' headbands to support Saints' Demario Davis

Ruben Hill
October 10, 2019

A Metairie Catholic school showed support to a Saints player by letting students wear headbands expressing their faith.

In a tweet posted on October 8, the students were seen being at SLKF to "show our community that we, just like Demario Davis, are proud and happy to mark ourselves as a "Man/Woman/Child of God" and support our New Orleans Saints", a representative said.

New Orleans students have Demario Davis' back after the National Football League fined him about $7,000 for wearing a "Man of God" headband during a game.

Davis is a cornerstone of the Saints locker room, having quickly earned the respect of his teammates after joining the team as a free agent in 2018.

He was fined $7,000 after wearing a black headband with the words "Man of God" on it.

He announced that he won his appeal in an Instagram post on Tuesday night and said he was giving the fine money and more than $30,000 he raised selling the headbands online to St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson, Mississippi.

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