HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Can Marcus Mariota do anything wrong?
The Tennessee Titans held a a Special Olympics event at their stadium over the weekend where the team's franchise quarterback and Hawaii native once again proved why he's one of the NFL's best players on and off the field.
But Mariota didn't just show face and sign autographs for the kids in attendance - he made sure every kid at the event felt like a professional football player at least once in their life.
Mariota stayed at the event until each kid had a chance to catch a pass from him, even giving some kids multiple attempts to catch one the former Heisman Trophy winner's passes until there was a completion.
Say what you may about Mariota's up-and-down 2017 season, but there's no denying that Mariota shows the aloha spirit to others even when he's thousands of miles away from home.