Earlier this year, Syracuse quarterback Rex Culpepper announced that he had been diagnosed with testicular cancer. It was very unfortunate news, but he didn’t let the diagnosis take over his life.In an incredible moment Friday night, Culpepper rang the bell, a custom for patients who have been declared cancer free. Culpepper completed his 10-week chemotherapy process, and was joined by family, friends, and plenty of cameras as he celebrated the news.Check it out.Video: Syracuse QB Rex Culpepper rings the bell at @MoffittNews after completing his final round of chemotherapy. He’s officially cancer free, per his father. pic.twitter.com/FAG9h9qfN7— Stephen Bailey (@Stephen_Bailey1) June 1, 2018Following his first round of chemo, Culpepper rejoined his teammates to take part in the team’s spring game. Despite his diagnosis, Culpepper saw plenty of action on the field.In an incredible display of humanity, Culpepper was mobbed by his teammates after tossing a touchdown pass during the scrimmage.? QB Rex Culpepper, currently between rounds of chemo for testicular cancer, comes in for the last drive of the Spring Preview & ends it in style with a touchdown pass!#RexStrong #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/RPBJ8qNQCo— Syracuse Football (@CuseFootball) April 14, 2018Congratulations to Rex and we look forward to watching him compete this season!