In the middle of their busiest week of the season, head coach Jason Garrett and the Dallas Cowboys found the time Friday to make one fan's dream come true.
Kyle LeDuc, 18, got a front-row seat at Garrett's press conference.
"He's a coach I really look up to," Kyle said. "It was amazing."
Kyle was born with muscular dystrophy and is an inspiration to the Cowboys. As a senior in high school in Warwick, N.Y., Kyle is already working as an assistant football coach and even calls plays from time to time.
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Friday afternoon, Garrett spent a few moments with Kyle and his family at The Star in Frisco.
"(Kyle) loves all sports, but he really loves football," said Kyle's mother, Tara LeDuc. "And he is a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan."
On Sunday the LeDuc family will watch the Cowboys play the Green Bay Packers in AT&T Stadium, wrapping up a dream weekend for a fan whose perseverance is inspiring to those around him.