NFL wide receiver Ryan Switzer’s son Christian is in the hospital

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Ryan Switzer – who last played in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2019 – has had to take his son Christian to the hospital. Switzer said that Christian is 9 months old.

Switzer said that the issue began when Christian woke up in his own blood. The wide receiver also said that his son also tested positive for the coronavirus.

Ambulance at a Hospital
Ambulance at a Hospital (Photo by Pixabay)

“I’m asking everyone that this tweet comes across to please just take a second and say a prayer for our son Christian,” Switzer said on Twitter. “He’s 9 months and currently in the hospital after he woke up in his blood. He’s COVID positive.”

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The 26-year-old signed a reserve and futures contract with the Cleveland Browns on January 23rd, 2021. He also spent time on the Browns practice squad during the 2020 season.

Switzer later updated the public about his son. He will be having surgery on Sunday morning.

“One of the scans finally found the source of the bleeding and the surgeons are confident they can fix his issue,” he said. “Because Christian is stable right now, they’re scheduling surgery in the morning.

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“We’re heartbroken this has happened to our baby boy, but we’re overwhelmed by the number of people, who have reached out in support of Christian. This has been the toughest day of Gabie and I’s life. Please continue to pray Christian stabilizes and makes it through surgery.”

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