‘A great day’: ESPN commentator shares emotional moment as Paracentesis surgery becomes reality

By CHRIS CUMMINGSAssociated Press – MAR 14, 2019AP Sports EditorChris Cummings has had a great day.

The ESPN personality and former NFL player was in attendance as the surgery was performed by Dr. Donald DeRosa at the University of California, Davis on Friday morning.

He was in a wheelchair and was assisted by teammates and a friend.

It’s not uncommon for athletes to have complications after an operation, but it was not an issue for Cummings.

“It’s definitely been a great event,” Cummings said.

“It was just an emotional day for me.”

Cummings, who has been on ESPN for three years, said it was a “brief” experience.

“I was in the process of having an operation.

I was in pain,” he said.

Cummars wife, Ashley, was also at the surgery.

“When you’re in pain, you feel better,” she said.

I think it’s been a good day.

It’s been one of the best days I’ve ever had in my life.

It was a real eye opener for me, a real relief for me.

It was very emotional, and a very good day for my wife, for my teammates, for all of the players and the doctors.

I’m glad I got a great surgery, and I think we’re all really happy for this person.

“Cumming said he feels very blessed for what he did.”

This is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time, so it’s definitely something I’m really excited about.””

This is a dream come true.

This is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time, so it’s definitely something I’m really excited about.”

Cincinnati Bengals linebacker A.J. Hawk, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, and Ravens defensive end Brian Urlacher, who retired after a record-setting career with the team, also attended the surgery and had a similar experience.

I didn’t really think about the pain or the anxiety at all, but I think this is the best thing I could have done.

I think it helped.

It really does.

We are happy that this is what it has been all along.

I just had a lot of pain in my left leg, and that was the last thing I thought I was going to have for a while, but here we are.

We were very lucky to have it done by the doctors and the surgeons.

I’ve always been a huge fan of this procedure and I was really excited.

The first day of surgery was pretty tough.

I got hurt on my left side, and my knee felt like it was going out of shape.

That was my first day off, and it took me two days to get it fixed.

The operation was pretty good.

I was able to have a good, solid day of recovery and get back to work.

I feel great.

The only thing I have to do is go back to the game and get ready to go against Seattle in the playoffs.

“The NFL has a history of having complications related to surgeries, including a player with heart surgery who suffered a fractured leg.

But there were no complications for Cummings, who was in good spirits after having surgery on his left leg last season.”

The surgery is expected to be completed sometime next week.”

I think this was a good experience for me to be at.”

The surgery is expected to be completed sometime next week.