Denver Broncos guard Graham Glasgow used to be taken to a New York medical institution after the staff’s recreation in opposition to the Giants on Sunday afternoon, trainer Vic Fangio stated.
Fangio stated that Glasgow “had an abnormal heartbeat going” throughout the sport. The offensive lineman reportedly left MetLife Stadium in an ambulance following the staff’s 27-13 victory over the Giants.
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“We stored him up there in New York and so they tested him completely,” Fangio advised newshounds on Monday. “He is nonetheless up there. He’s going to keep the night time.”
Fangio stated that preliminary assessments have been “thus far, so just right” and Glasgow is predicted to go again to Denver on Tuesday.
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Glasgow addressed the placement on social media on Monday afternoon.
“Howdy everybody, I respect all of the smartly needs. Having a look ahead to a handy guide a rough restoration and getting again in the market. It used to be a perfect staff win, and excited to look the place myself and the staff cross from right here. Thank you,” Glasgow wrote.
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In 2020, Glasgow signed a four-year, $44 million care for the Broncos.
Denver will host the Jacksonville Jaguars subsequent Sunday.