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In tonight's "Off the Record" message, Greta Van Susteren said that Colin Kaepernick is a "jerk" who "elected to go low" in choosing to sit out the National Anthem, but he is an exception.

"Not all football players are jerks. Case in point: Florida State wide receiver Travis Rudolph."

Rudolph and his teammates were visiting a Tallahassee middle school when he saw sixth-grader Bo Paske eating lunch by himself. Bo has autism. Rudolph asked Bo if he could join, and Bo said yes.

"And besides being kind to this little boy, what a message Travis' gesture sends to all of us!" Greta remarked.

"Inspiring, isn't it?"

Read more about Rudolph's kind act here.

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