Ryan Switzer announces infant son’s ‘nightmare is over’ after surgery

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Barry Werner
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Tremendous news out of Massachusetts and from Cleveland Browns wideout Ryan Switzer.

The practice squad player, who has spent time with Dallas and Pittsburgh, tweeted on Monday that infant son Christian is out of surgery and the doctors in Boston “fixed our son.”

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The 9-month-old has been plagued by bleeding issues and was diagnosed with COVID-19 in Ohio.

After doctors in Cleveland were unable to stem the bleeding, Christian was flown to a hospital in Massachusetts, where doctors worked on the infant.

And Monday, Switzer passed along the best news possible: Christian is stable and out of surgery.

Doctors at the famous Boston Children’s hospital identified the issue as a “vascular anomaly” somewhere in his gastrointestinal tract.

Prayers up and continued best wishes to the entire Switzer family, especially young Christian.