NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Santa Claus is not the only guy working hard to make wishes come true. The Make-A-Wish Foundation spent the day fulfilling the dream of a lifetime for 11-year-old Kamren Heutel on the sidelines of LP Field.
Kamren has Chrohn's disease; so to make this a Christmas he'll never forget, Make-A-Wish took him out to see his favorite team in action. He knows all the players and their stats, but his favorite is Marc Mariani.
"He's really good at running back kick offs, and he's really nice. He's the one who gave me this helmet and gloves that we wore against the Saints," said Kamren.
Kamren even got a look at Marc's playbook. Kamren told NewsChannel 5 the whole experience was better than expected.