CLEVELAND, OH (WECT) – Former East Bladen Standout Desmond Bryant was taken by ambulance to a hospital during the Cleveland Browns Thursday night game against the Buffalo Bills.
Profootballtalk.com reported that the Cleveland defensive tackle left the game because he was experiencing shortness of breath on the Browns' sidelines.
This is the second-time in his career that Bryant has left a game in an ambulance. Back in 2012 Bryant was hospitalized with a fast heartbeat when he played for the Oakland Raiders, but was later released and cleared to play.
Bryant, who is in his first year with Cleveland, has 3.5 sacks in five games.
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