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Patriots’ Isaiah Bolden Released From Hospital After Sustaining Injury


Isaiah Bolden, a rookie cornerback for the New England Patriots, was carried off the field, rendered immobile, and placed on a stretcher during Saturday night’s preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. He was eventually released from the hospital early on Sunday morning.

In a statement, the Patriots indicated that Bolden would leave for home early on Sunday. Bolden’s condition was not disclosed by the Patriots, but a source close to the rookie cornerback claimed he had a concussion.

“Appreciate the prayers more excited to be back with the guys,” Bolden posted on social media Sunday.

Early in the fourth quarter on Saturday night, the game was suspended due to an injury. Bolden was observed overnight at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay since he had “feeling in all his extremities,” per the team.

“We thank the medical staff at Aurora Bay Medical Center for their overnight evaluations, as well as the Patriots and Packers medical staffs for their immediate on-field response and care in transporting Isaiah,” the club said Sunday morning.

Prior to Friday’s preseason finale, the Patriots were slated to hold two sessions with the Tennessee Titans in Tennessee, so they had planned to travel there on Sunday. The Patriots announced that they will not be holding practices “due to the circumstances surrounding the abrupt and unexpected ending” of the game on Saturday.

Now, the Patriots intend to train at their training facility in Foxborough, Massachusetts, before departing for Tennessee later this week.

“We’re all saying a prayer for Isaiah,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Saturday night. “Appreciate the way the league handled it. I think that was the right thing to do.”

With 10:29 remaining in the fourth quarter, referee John Hussey announced to the crowd at Lambeau Field, “At the agreement of both head coaches and team leadership, we have elected to suspend play for the evening. The game is officially over.”

Belichick said the injury put things in perspective, adding: “We’re all very fortunate.”

The Packers’ head coach, Matt LaFleur, described it as “a very scary ending to the game” and said he supported the call.

At that point, the Patriots, who practiced alongside the Packers on Wednesday and Thursday, were ahead 21-17.

Bolden and teammate Calvin Munson collided as Munson was attempting to cover a slant pass toward the inside of the field. The entire Patriots team eventually gathered on the field and kneeled next to him as emergency workers arrived. He remained lying on the ground.

The Patriots’ longest-tenured player, captain Matthew Slater, led the team in prayer. Later, Slater could be seen on the field conversing with Belichick and LaFleur.

Malik Heath, a rookie Packers receiver who caught the ball on the play, claimed he wasn’t aware of what had transpired until the play was over. Then, he recognized Bolden as the injured player—a friend from their college days. Heath is a native of Jackson, Mississippi, the same city where Bolden attended Jackson State University.

“I know him, so I didn’t want to finish [the game],” Heath said. “I felt bad, too. It was a good thing we didn’t finish it. It was scary, too. That could’ve happened to me on the hit.”

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