Teen double amputee, Calder Hodge, who wants to be an NFL Quarterback, receives Espy Award

Teen who wants to become first double amputee QB in NFL surprised with ESPY Award

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MAGNOLIA, Texas (KTRK) — The ESPY Awards will air Wednesday at 7 p.m. on ABC13. Ahead of the ceremony, a double amputee quarterback from Magnolia received a huge honor.

Calder Hodge was named as a 2019 honorary ESPY Award winner. The 14-year-old was born without tibia bones and had his legs amputated as a toddler. He uses prosthetics to play football.

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