The Las Vegas Raiders settled Trent Brown was still in Cleveland to undergo tests after hospitalization following an IV mismanagement incident before a match with Browns.
Brown was taken to hospital just before Sunday’s match between the Raiders and the Browns. The NFL Network reports that an IV pregnancy made air go into Brown’s bloodstream.
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Coach Jon Gruden said: “I am delighted to announce that he woke up and seems to be doing well. “We are waiting for some results of some extensive testing they did today and yesterday. I have nothing to report other than that he has a problem. I want to really thank our medical staff for what they did in the emergency situation. We are very happy that he is always there. Once we receive official information about what was wrong with Trent, we will let you know. “
Brown is expected to return to active this week after missing a game after testing positive for coronavirus. He was activated from the COVID-19 roster on a Friday and practiced that day. He was prepared to play before the team said he “felt sick” before the game and had stopped working.
Gruden said he doesn’t know when Brown will be able to return to Las Vegas or what his playing status will be.
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“The most important thing is we find out what happened,” Gruden said. “Definitely our prayer for Trent. He has the best in his hands right now. His readiness and his condition really are not for discussion right now as far as we are concerned. “
Brown signed a $ 66 million 4-year contract with the Raiders ahead of the 2019 season. He has faced some of these latest injuries, coronavirus positive and bug tests and has been able to play at least 10 times. in just 11 out of 23 team matches.
Defender Derek Carr said he and his teammates were “a bit scared” after seeing Brown be pushed out of the dressing room before the match.
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Raiders rallied and won with a score of 16-6. Brandon Parker’s third serve, who was supposed to be inactive, played most of the game after Sam Young left with a knee injury in the first half.
Gruden said: “I think it’s important that we all shook quite well. “You startled when you see one of your guys go down and you don’t know what’s wrong with him. We can assure our players that he is in good hands and that his signs are very important and that he is doing well. We prayed for Trent before the game and then we went out and tried to win for him. It’s something on our mind, weighing on us right now. We hope he’s okay ”.