Originally written on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 12/27/12
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Texans RB Arian Foster had a bit of a health scare last Sunday, as he had to leave the game against the Vikings in the 3rd quarter with what was later diagnosed as an irregular heartbeat (he’s been cleared for Sunday’s season finale against Colts). While Foster’s early exit prompted a number of terribly callous responses from Fantasy Football owners, one little 6-year-old Arian Foster fan had his health and well-being squarely on her mind, and decided to write Foster the cutest get well card in the history of homemade arts and crafts, which the youngster’s father tweeted to the Texans star. @arianfoster @lancezierlein @houstontexans My daughter is worried about arian…. Hope he is doing well twitter.com/BrianDammeyer/… — brian dammeyer (@BrianDammeyer) December 26, 2012 And to show you what kind of guy Foster is, not only did he respond to adorable Macie Dammeyer through her father Brian’s Twitter account, he went and made her letter his new Twitter avatar. Tell her im ok! thank her for the love. RT @briandammeyer: My daughter is worried about arian…. Hope he is doing well twitter.com/BrianDammeyer/… — Arian Foster (@ArianFoster) December 26, 2012 And here’s a picture of the precocious Macie, showing off a smile that will undoubtedly brighten up your day… [Shutdown Corner] The post Arian Foster’s new Twitter avatar is a get-well letter sent by an adorable 6-year-old Texans fan appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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