Meet The Super Bowl Player God's 'High-Fiving'

Scott Simonson's father believes the Super Bowl could be God's high-five to his son.
Scott Simonson's father believes the Super Bowl could be God's high-five to his son. (Reuters)
Scott Simonson will probably be remembered by most Americans as a Super Bowl athlete. But Sunday's game is God rewarding the tight end for saving his sister's life, at least according to his father.  

"This weekend could be God giving my son a high five for what he did, for everything that happened," Simonson's father told NJ.com.

In 2001, the then-8-year old entered the hospital to give part of himself to his sister, who had been diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called Fanconi Anemia. 

To save her life, Simonson shared his "superstar NFL bone marrow," sister Shannon told NJ.com.

Now Simonson's preparing to take the field for Super Bowl 50. If they win, it could be a prophetic fulfillment, according to Rick Joyner.  


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