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Dolphins’ Kendrick Norton has arm amputated after car crash

Dolphins' Kendrick Norton has arm amputated after car crash 1

Dolphins defensive lineman Kendrick Norton has been concerned in what may very well be a career-ending automobile crash.

In response to a number of experiences, the second-year lineman out of Miami wanted to have his left arm amputated after a multiple-car crash during which one of many vehicles rolled over. In response to the South Florida Solar Sentinel, he’s in important situation on the Miami Jackson Memorial trauma unit, however is anticipated to stay.

The information of the crash has been confirmed by his agent, Malki Kawa.

The Dolphins and Hurricanes coach Manny Diaz additionally responded to the information on Thursday.

The Dolphins claimed Norton off waivers from the Panthers in 2018. He was positioned on the group’s 53-man roster and was anticipated to compete for taking part in time alongside the defensive position.

The previous Hurricanes standout and seventh-round NFL Draft decide tallied 84 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, 5 sacks and a pressured fumble over his three-year profession at Miami.


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