Professional athletes have a much different life than most other people, especially when you're the franchise quarterback of an NFL team like the Buffalo Bills signal called, Josh Allen.

Allen is entering his fourth season with the Bills and the team has Super Bowl aspirations after losing in the AFC Championship game to the Kansas City Chiefs last season.

We still have just under a month before the start of the 2021 regular season, but training camp and the preseason is already here. Fans have tried to catch glimpses of the Bills practicing at One Bills Drive the last three weeks and on Tuesday, Josh Allen showed just why fans adore him.

Allen went over to the VIP tent to take photos with fans and sign autographs, even though it was pouring rain in Orchard Park.

The video is courtesy of WROC-TV Sports Director, Thad Brown.

Give credit to running back Taiwan Jones, too, since he was trying to hold an umbrella and getting wet as well.

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Allen said last December that he will never forget when a San Francisco Giants baseball player (who will remain nameless), turned him and other kids down for autographs and photos when he went to a game.

Allen vowed that if he was ever in the same position he would never do that to kids and this video is absolute proof of that.

The Bills' next preseason game is this Saturday against the Chicago Bears.

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