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Tedy Bruschi, a late New England Patriots linebacker who now works for ESPN, has been hospitalized after pang his second stroke.
Bruschi, 46, was “recovering well” during Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, Mass., his family pronounced in a statement, according to a Associated Press.
His family pronounced Bruschi suffered a cadence Thursday and immediately famous a warning signs, that enclosed arm weakness, face swinging and debate difficulties.
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Tedy Bruschi speaks during an talk during a NFL Super Bowl XLVIII media core in New York, Jan. 29, 2014. (Associated Press)
Bruschi formerly suffered a cadence in Feb 2005, only days after a Patriots degraded a Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX.
The former college star during Arizona schooled he had a inborn heart forsake that constructed a hole in his heart. He had medicine to correct a hole and retired.
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But Bruschi after returned to a NFL during 2005 season, winning Comeback Player of a year, and played 3 some-more seasons with a Patriots.
He assimilated ESPN shortly after.
Bruschi, a local of California, won 3 Super Bowls with New England.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.