The NFL is masking all medical bills for Miami Dolphins defensive cope with Kendrick Norton after an essential vehicle crash resulted in his left arm being amputated.
League sources knowledgeable ESPN and NBC Sports on Tuesday that the league will pay for Norton’s medical costs as he continues to get properly from the accident. Before the NFL stepped in, Norton’s agent, Malki Kawa, had created a GoFundMe net web page, which had raised $6,090 of its $150,000 goal as of Tuesday afternoon.
According to Kawa, Norton will bear one different surgical process Tuesday. He requires two further procedures sooner than he can proceed in direction of getting a prosthetic.
Norton has undergone three surgical procedures over the earlier week. He stays throughout the hospital, nonetheless, his medical standing has been upgraded to regular and his accidents aren’t considered life-threatening.
Police said Norton was one amongst two of us injured in a rollover crash, which occurred early Thursday morning on the Dolphin Expressway at State Road 826 in South Florida.
The Carolina Panthers selected Norton, 22, throughout the seventh spherical of the 2018 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-3, the 309-pound defensive lineman was waived in September sooner than ending up on the Panthers’ observe squad.
The Dolphins signed Norton in December. He didn’t play in a regular-season recreation.