Saints superfan Jarrius released from hospital

WWL | Natalie Sheperd

JEFFERSON - Staff members at Ochsner Hospital lined the hall Friday as Jarrius Robertson walked out the hospital with his father and brother. It had been almost a month since his successful liver transplant.

He wants everyone to know his recovery is going well and he has a message for fans who've supported him through his recovery.

"Thank you for supporting me, praying for me, and everything," Jarrius said. "I love you guys, and I will be back on the Saints sideline."

The 15-year-old is already predicting his return to his role as Saints superfan and hype man, but it's been a long road to get here. He waited for more than a year for a liver transplant to treat his chronic liver disease, biliary atresia.

"Knowing that people care, it keeps me to keep going and motivate other people. Never give up," he said. Continue reading


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