It’s official: the NFL will be holding a Josh Norman birthday party in 2019.
The first-year starting quarterback will be honored with a commemorative stuffed animal for the holiday season.
The New York Post reported the NFL plans to host a “free” Norman birthday bash on Jan. 1, 2019, but the event will likely be limited to VIP seating and a few select guests.
It’s not clear whether the NFL has already sold out of the limited tickets, but if they do, it will likely sell out quickly.
The Norman family will be celebrating Norman’s 50th birthday with a celebration that also includes an auction for the special stuffed animal, according to the New York Times.
The Norman family has said they plan to use the proceeds to help charities, but it’s unclear if the family will have to shell out much money to attend the party.
The NFL announced last month that the franchise will be hosting its annual “Josh Norman Day” event on Feb. 10, 2019.
The team has not announced whether it will be playing in a home game at New Era Field this year.