Ex-NFL running back serious for saving his children from death

That analogy of the home hero, in the figure of dad, crossed the ground towards the tangible in the case of the former NFL star, Peyton Hillis, because he is in critical condition after he saved his children from drowning on a Florida beach.

Hillis, who stood out especially in the Cleveland Browns, seeing that his offspring were in trouble in the middle of the Ocean, did not hesitate to go to his rescue, although this has him today struggling with death, to save the lives of his children.

Peyton’s family confirmed that, fortunately, the children independent of the fright, are well, but not their father, because he is hospitalized, although it is still assured that he is recovering.

“I just wanted everyone to know in Razorback Nation that Peyton is getting better. He’s still in intensive care and has some problems with his kidneys and lungs, but doctors say he’s getting better.”

“I just wanted to avoid any rumors that might have started. I’m sure he would want everyone to know that he appreciates all the prayers that are thrown in his name!” wrote Greg Hillis, uncle of the former running back also from squads such as Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, or NY Giants.

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Peyton Hillis excelled above all in college football, from which he later made the leap to the most powerful league in the discipline, the NFL. In his collegiate stage, he shone with the Razorback of the University of Arkansas, achieving more than two thousand yards between carries and receptions.

Being part of the Cafes, already in the stellar circuit, it even received the distinction of being the cover of the famous video game Madden 12.

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