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Topic - Colt Brennan
Former Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan says he has been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury, throwing his prospects of playing again on any level into doubt.
Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan has been released from a Honolulu hospital more than a week after an accident that left him with broken ribs and injuries to his head and collar bone.
The parents of Colt Brennan say the former University of Hawaii quarterback is sedated and in stable condition after a car crash last week.
The Oakland Raiders signed free agent quarterback Colt Brennan and could have the former Hawaii star on the field for Thursday's preseason opener at Dallas.
The Washington Redskins have acquired quarterback John Beck from the Baltimore Ravens for cornerback Doug Dutch.
Brennan said he plans to meet with a neurologist in Hawaii for a second opinion.
Brennan said he wants to know why he was medically cleared to play for the Hartford Colonials of the United Football League in 2011 and Saskatchewan of the Canadian Football League in 2012.