Tedy Bruschi, former linebacker of the New England Patriots and current ESPN analyst, recovering from a stroke on Thursday, is recovering well, "it said Friday." Tedy and his family thank you for your continued encouragement and plead This is about privacy. "
46-year-old Bruschi suffered a stroke when he was a member of the Patriots in 2005. He missed the first six weeks of the season and returned to play eight months after the stroke." I had 366 tackles in the NFL as a stroke survivor, "he said on his resignation," and I'm very proud of that. "
Bruschi, a linebacker who was voted into the Pro Bowl in 2004, played 13 seasons for the Patriots. He retired before the 2009 season and joined ESPN shortly thereafter.
"Tedy has the full backing of ESPN and we wish him a speedy recovery," a statement said. [1
Bruschi founded a running club called Tedy's team to raise funds and attention for the American Stroke Association. He has run the Boston Marathon three times, including 2019.