Days after suffering a stroke, ESPN NFL analyst and former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi posted a message to Instagram saying "I'm doing much better". He claims that he noticed first the loss of use in his left arm, then realized he was slurring his speech and one part of his face was drooping. While shocked to hear of his recent stroke, known as TIA, we are relieved to learn that he recognized the early symptoms and immediately sought and received treatment.
The longtime Patriots star was initially taken to the Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro, Mass., before being released from the facility. "These are stroke warning signs", he said. We called 911 and an ambulance got me to the hospital.
"Thank you for all your kind thoughts and prayers", Bruschi wrote.
Bruschi, now 46, previously suffered a stroke in 2005 while he was still a member of the Patriots, forcing him to miss the first six weeks of the season.
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