Deion Sanders – Pro Football Hall Of Fame Cornerback Reveals Two Toes Were Amputated Due To Blood Clots

Deion just revealed in his “Coach Prime” web series, that he had two toes amputated due to blood clots from what ESPN states was from a “medical setback”.

Video is below:

“They were talking about the amputation of toes,” Sanders said. “Then they were talking about the amputation of my leg from the knee down. Then, they were trying to ensure I had life.”

This clip was posted to his Instagram page (image below, video to follow):

Here is the video from his Instagram clip:

According to the TMZ video below, his toes had to be amputated because he got blood clots, due to a “prior injury” with toes that were dislocated.

In the video below, it doesn’t sound like he knows how long they’ve been dislocated, as he asks the Doctor “how long has it been like that?”, to which the Doctor replies: “probably a long time”.

“A lot is still to be determined, but he’s gonna have a procedure done a little later today,” the doctor says in the clip.

“You could lose your leg.”

Sanders still doesn’t know exactly how it happened… but has been documenting a lot of the process on social media, per a TMZ article.

A NFL article claims:

“He had a dislocated toe along with an inflamed nerve.”

“The 54-year-old Sanders underwent several surgeries. He developed a femoral arterial blood clot. He also had compartment syndrome, where his leg swelled up, and doctors had to flay open his leg to drain fluid. Sanders later had his big toe and the second toe amputated.”

Back in August 2021 Sanders revealed to the Dallas News that he’s been vaccinated for “quite a long time”, and Deion offered his thoughts on COVID Vaccines.

“One of the reasons this is very important is because first and foremost, we want to preserve life. Everybody’s talking about what they would do, what they’re not going to do, what they don’t trust, what they don’t trust,” Sanders said. “We trust a lot of things, but we need to trust the right thing.”

“One thing about this vaccination, it preserves life,” Sanders said. “I want a chance to win. I want a chance to dominate. I want a chance to take this university and these young men and women to another level. How am I going to do that if I’m not here?”

Is this a freak surgery complication or related to the #ClotShot?

You decide.

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