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NFL football great, Harry Carson, and Meridian Neuroscience spokesperson, made a surprise visit Thursday to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune.

With a charismatic style all his own, the former New York Giants team captain visited stroke patients and popped in on Edison native Ken Kramer in his hospital room.

The 54-year-old-fitness enthusiast suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage while lifting weights Monday.

“I’m lucky to be alive,” said Kramer to his relieved wife and an empathetic Carson.

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