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After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change.  At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur 'Archie' Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos. (Submitted photo)

After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change. At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur "Archie" Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos. (Submitted photo)

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  • After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change.  At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur 'Archie' Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos. (Submitted photo)
  • After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change.  At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur 'Archie' Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos. (Submitted photo)
  • After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change.  At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur 'Archie' Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos. (Submitted photo)
  • After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change.  At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur 'Archie' Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos. (Submitted photo)

After seven of his teammates died from a stroke, heart attack or heart disease in 2010, former offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins Keith Sims made a change. At 367 pounds, a cardiac health screening sponsored by Dr. Arthur 'Archie' Roberts of the Living Heart Foundation last year, provided Sims the information he needed to undergo Lap-Band surgery at Strax Rejuvenation. Since September of last year, he has since lost 85 pounds. These are his before and after photos.

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