Even the most passionate of Philadelphia Eagles fans is putting the rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys aside to send best wishes to quarterback Dak Prescott.
"You know, it sucks, because I'm the biggest Eagles fan there is and, you know, you never want to see that happen even if it's your most hated team," 12-year-old Giovanni Hamilton said in a video posted Sunday on Twitter, not long after Prescott had been carted off the field. "You never want to see that happen to anyone. Dak, I hope you see this. I hope you're doing okay. I've been through a lot of pain but I can't even imagine. That looked like it really hurt."
for @dak get well soon brother and i hope u get the comeback story u deserve bro pic.twitter.com/yaZeY1U57z
Hamilton, a Muncy, Pennsylvania native who is battling a Schwartz-Jampel syndrome, has undergone 12 operations to combat the rare condition since he was 2.
"I heard you're going into surgery," Hamilton said. "I wish you luck and I hope you get that comeback story you deserve."
Prescott underwent surgery to correct a compound fracture and dislocated right ankle.
Last year, Hamilton met his personal hero, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, during training camp.
Carson Wentz created a never-forget moment for an Eagles fan, who let his emotions flow. pic.twitter.com/Xr4CWshozx
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