Deion Sanders, the head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes, has been sent back to the hospital.
People call him “Coach Prime,” and he has been having trouble with his legs and feet because of blood clots. Due to a genetic illness, his whole leg was supposed to be cut off, but so far he’s only lost two toes. His fans are waiting anxiously to see how his important surgery goes.
Pat McAfee said in a tweet on Friday that Deion Sanders will have to have emergency surgery tomorrow to get a blood clot out of his groin. Yes, Coach Prime from #PMSLive, you can. McAfee found out from a third party what Adam (Pacman) Jones had told him. Jones says that Sanders rushed into surgery at 6 a.m. on June 22.
The current bad news about Coach Prime’s health is just the latest in a long line of bad news. He said that because blood clots run in his family, he is expected to lose his leg above the knee in 2021. At the time, the famous football player couldn’t wait for it to be over so he could get on with his life.
He used to be in a wheelchair. Since his health seemed to be getting better after his amputations, his fans are hoping that his most recent surgery won’t leave him permanently disabled.
Sanders said on Twitter on Thursday that he had gone to the doctor the day before and was told he had two blood clots in his leg. The first one was in my right leg, and the second one was in my left hip.