Published: Sat, July 06, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

NFL Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi, 46, Hospitalized After Suffering a Stroke

NFL Super Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi, 46, Hospitalized After Suffering a Stroke

Current ESPN analyst and former New England Patriot Tedy Bruschi suffered a stroke on Thursday, his foundation tweeted Friday.

But Bruschi later returned to the National Football League during 2005 season, winning Comeback Player of the year, and played three more seasons with the Patriots.

Bruschi's charity, Tedy's Team, said he suffered a TIA - or a minor stroke - on the Fourth of July. He played 13 years for the Patriots, making one Pro Bowl and winning three Super Bowls. Incredibly, Bruschi returned to the field the following October, earning the NFL Comeback Player of the Year. "So he doesn't have any speech difficulties, arm weakness or facial dropping any more so really now it's resting", said Elizabeth Tirrell, executive director of Tedy's Team. "Tedy is recovering well", said the family statement provided to ESPN. "Tedy and his family thank you for your ongoing encouragement, and kindly ask for your privacy at this time".

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In addition to extending "love, thoughts and prayers to Tedy and the Bruschi family", Kraft also reflected on how Bruschi's recovery from his first stroke back in 2005 has continued to serve as an inspiration to stroke survivors everywhere.

'A transient ischemic attack can serve as both a warning and an opportunity - a warning of an impending stroke and an opportunity to take steps to prevent it'. 'I put it right up there with them because of everything that has to go with this.

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