New England Patriots: 5 defensive players to watch vs L.A. Chargers

New England Patriots: 5 defensive players to watch vs L.A. Chargers

New England Patriots: 5 defensive players to watch vs L.A. Chargers

Mebane's daughter, Makenna, was born with a rare chromosome disorder and died January 3 after spending time in a neonatal intensive care unit in Nebraska, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Makenna was born November 12 with trisomy 13 - a defective heart condition that left her without a heart valve and required surgery to fix.

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With a trip to the conference championship on the line, the Los Angeles Chargers are set to visit Foxborough this Sunday, and they've got one thing on their minds: Preventing what's been done countless times before and stopping the Pats from another deep run.

While the Chargers are the best road team in the National Football League, the Patriots are the best at home, where they were the only team to go a ideal 8-0 this season. Many babies die within the first days or weeks of life, according to the National Institutes of Health.

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"I'm still thankful, and I thank God every day", Mebane said. She was initially doing fine, he said, but doctors found she also had Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NES), which affects the intestines of premature infants.

Mebane, his wife Amena and their two children Mahailey and Makai stayed in Omaha, Nebraska, receiving medical assistance after the birth of Makenna. He returned for the final two games of the regular season.

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