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Jason Brown and other members of the Rams' offensive line visit Jefferson Barracks and say 'Thank you' to wounded veterans. - 11.17.10
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November 11. Veterans. Day to remember and honor all of our streets as we get me wrong thing to. Thousands have sacrificed their lives for us and they thought to what they believe in the United States of America. And the one thing it was November 11 is the day he experiences with all of this. He remembers his Brothers. And thoughts and died four iron. Hello this is Jason Brown of the St. Louis Rams men's one this year hard. Built it and go warm. Veterans they were -- veterans so overseas. And just wanna let you all know that you very much so appreciated and loved it and you're sacrifices will never be forgotten. -- know that there's so many families are out there that they have you know better sense serving military. You right now and it is very important that that everyone knows that knew we were all going through the sacrifice together. But because even though when you're overseas. You -- at home with us. The -- sacrifice and my brother has made. He was killed September 20 the 2003. Certainly in Afghanistan. Stands. You know that Cecil lost our family that guy that can never be replaced. But. But the sacrifice for your -- right now I just know that if you love. We always appreciate it. To show his appreciation Jason Brown -- the Rams offensive line and went to Jefferson -- to visit with wounded veterans. And to get their points. We're headed to the spinal cord injury senator nobody go see some patience low. Those -- good this season you certainly give up on Jason Brown. Saint Louis Royals look good friend run Ricky. You always want to come in and is Chris them some love and -- But -- -- -- Commitment you don't know you very much so loves its just been a great opportunity to bring smiles to their faces then let them know how much we appreciate. -- one thing -- -- brother that -- on -- service and sacrifice and that's one thing that the pass on to our community. -- -- -- It's personal for me it's a special. Day for itself so. My father. Mike -- -- military. What follows lost brother -- and Vietnam -- so I mean means a lot to me and I mean without them in these guys that what they have done for our country. We wanted to get it do we do everything. We didn't cheer you wouldn't be here throughout the plate via via the we'll hope -- -- -- feel better days. -- doing good. I was saying thank you sir that you serve all -- it's a -- that you sort of neighborhood. What they're doing is a lot you know a lot more especially when we're doing. This is great to get a smile on these guys' faces and you know just brightens your your own day and -- his dad isn't could have gone to move through their lives and trying to recover and okay you know just go through every day and I just brighten your day and they just lost seeing so it's a great thing. It's not just the -- hello goodbye but he'll get to know some of the guys it is just really tough heartwarming experience.