Single Mom With Multiple Sclerosis Gets Sweet NFL Surprise


Felicia Correa-Garcia, from Philadelphia, is a single mother of five and the coach of the Tiny Mite Patriots football team, The Today Show reported. She’s also living with multiple sclerosis (MS), a debilitating disease of the central nervous system.

Because of her strength and perseverance, Correa-Garcia was voted a finalist in the NFL contest series, “Together We Make Football.” As part of this, the Eagles fan got a surprise visit from her favorite player, former Eagles safety Brian Dawkins.

I had to do a double-take to make sure, oh my goodness, this is Brian Dawkins standing here!” Correa-Garcia says in the video below.

It was a well-deserved surprise for a woman who takes on so much and inspires so many.

Watch the whole interaction in the video below:

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