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The medical bills of Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Kendrick Norton, whose arm was amputated following a automobile crash, will be lonesome underneath a NFL and team’s word policy, his representative pronounced Tuesday.
Norton’s agency, First Round Management, set adult a GoFundMe for a defensive lineman in hopes to lift income to compensate for a cost of a medical expenses.
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“Miami Dolphins actor and Miami Hurricane Kendrick Norton has undergone 3 surgeries given a comfortless automobile collision on Jul 3rd, including a amputation of his arm,” a page read. “He needs dual some-more surgeries during a minimum, before he can ensue towards carrying a prosthetic. Kendrick’s football career has come to an finish and his family is seeking for any concession as shortly as probable to assistance with medical bills relocating forward.”
However, a page was updated to contend that a medical costs were being taken caring of.
MIAMI DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINEMAN KENDRICK NORTON REPORTEDLY HAS ARM AMPUTATED AFTER SERIOUS CAR CRASH
“This is good news, though with his career over and no source of income currently, this has put a extensive volume of financial aria on Kendrick and his family,” a refurbish said. “Any continued support is appreciated.”
Norton was severely harmed in a automobile pile-up Thursday, causing his arm to be amputated during a scene. He posted an refurbish on his condition on Instagram, according to a Sun Sentinel.
“I’m good appreciate we to everybody that checked on me!!! I’m good interjection for a prayers to God be a glory,” he wrote in his Instagram Stories.
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Norton is on a Dolphins’ 90-man register and was set to acquire a $495,000 if he done a 53-man roster.
The Dolphins have a choice to put him on a Non-Football Injury list, that would concede a group to keep profitable him and would make him authorised for a league’s health insurance, a journal reported.