Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera was previously diagnosed with squamous cell cancer in his lymph nodes back in August. He recently underwent his final cancer treatment on Monday, as posted by the team’s Twitter page.

He will still have several weeks of medical follow-ups and scans, but the toughest part of the process was already dealt with. The coach hasn’t been able to be maintain perfect attendance this season and was forced to miss some time due to his condition. The side effects of chemotherapy previously caused him to miss a practice earlier this year. Rivera also required special attention during their Week 4 encounter against the Baltimore Ravens, and has reportedly taken IVs at halftime of some games.

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The organization was in full support behind their new head coach all throughout his long road to recovery. Before the Ravens’ game, friends and family members purchased an estimated 400 cardboard cutouts to put in the stands at FedEx Field in a section which also included a sign that read #RiveraStrong. Washington players and coaches also wore black T-shirts that had the same imprint on them during pregame warm-ups.

His team also made Rivera’s recent milestone more memorable after coming off a dominant 25-3 win against division rival Dallas Cowboys in Week 7 proceedings. The victory improved Washington to a 2-5 record to nab second place in the NFC East division.

Hopefully, Ron Rivera will be able to continue to head in the right direction as he continues on his journey to beat cancer.