According to reports, former Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis is in critical condition in a hospital after saving his children from drowning in the ocean in Florida. Hillis, who is 36 years old, rescued his children from a swimming accident in Pensacola and had to be airlifted to a hospital. His breathing has improved, according to KNWA. His uncle Greg Hills posted on his Facebook page that the footballer was being treated for his lungs and kidneys in the intensive care unit but is now “doing better”. Hills played at the University of Arkansas and had a seven-year career in the NFL, including two years with the Browns from 2010 to 2011. He is most remembered for his outstanding 2010 season, where he posted 1,600 total yards and 13 total touchdowns. Buffalo Bill’s safety Damar Hamlin recently suffered cardiac arrest during a game, but he has since shown remarkable improvement.
Peyton Hillis, former Browns player, in critical condition after rescuing his drowning children.
- 6 May 2023
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