Browns’ TJ Carrie visits children in cardiac unit, talks about heart condition

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CLEVELAND-- Ten years ago, TJ Carrie spent weeks in a cardiac unit with an extremely rare heart condition and thought he would never play football again.

As a teen, he made a full recovery from surgery on his right coronary artery.  On Tuesday, the Cleveland Browns cornerback visited patients at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital to share his inspiring story.

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"That surgery brings back a lot of memories because of the scar that I have. The more and more that I talk to the kids that have this procedure, the more I realize more important our scar is," Carrie said.

Click here for more information on the TJ Carrie Foundation

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