I stumbled across this story the other day about two brothers separated at birth and figured it was worth mentioning. It’s basically a story where the oldest son was given up for adoption while the other son was kept by their biological mother. It’s cool to hear that they were re-united after over 20 years of being separated, but what makes this much more incredible is that both the brothers are NFL players (very good ones, too, I might add). Their names are Eric Barton, starting LB for the Cleveland Browns and Aaron Curry, starting LB for the Seattle Seahawks. Curry was the 4th overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft while Barton is still a solid starter in his 12th NFL season. The scary thing is Curry’s other 2 brothers played D1 college football and his dad played in the NFL as well. Talk about some good genes in that family. It’s always good to hear something positive happening to Aaron Curry, too. In the 2009 NFL draft, while he invited most of his family (normal procedure), he invited a 13-year-old cancer patient that he met at St. Judes Children’s Hospital to the actual NFL draft to experience everything from the photo ops to joining Curry on stage when his name was called.