Winston Guy Visits 'Biggest Fan'

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 2/25/2013 11:27 pm
        Malakhi Dalton received a special visitor on Monday.

        It was his favorite football player, former Wildcat and current Seattle Seahawk, Winston Guy.

       Dalton is the distant cousin of Guy.
       
        The Freshman at Bryan Station has muscular dystrophy and is unable to play sports, but his family says he's a big sports fan and an even bigger Guy fan.

       Guy stopped by for a visit and gave Dalton an autographed Seahawks cap and even stuck around for a quick game of the two's favorite video game "Madden NFL '13."

       Guy who grew up in Lexington and attended Lexington Catholic High School says he owes it to his community to come back and spend time with kids like Dalton.

      Dalton says he wants to be a sports broadcaster when he finishes school.
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