Ryan Switzer found a new perspective on life after watching his son fight for his own


parked his car and prayed. He'd never felt more sick or helpless. It was a Saturday morning in March and Switzer's life — his purpose — had been turned upside down. Hours earlier, the Browns wide receiver found his 9-month old son, Christian, asleep in a pool of his own blood. He grabbed Christian out of the bed and looked into his eyes. (Cleveland Browns)

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Ryan Switzer found a new perspective on life after watching his son fight for his own


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