By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Thomas was transported to a local hospital on Monday after being motionless following an injury in practice. Then, he was airlifted to a Memphis-area hospital.
“Damarcus is doing well,” the Rebels said in a statement. “All of his medical tests came back normal, and he is being released from the hospital. Our physicians will be following up with him in the coming days for further evaluation.”
Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin said that Thomas suffered what is being described as a severe stinger.
“They keep touching him, going, ‘Do you feel this? Do you feel this? He keeps saying no,” Kiffin said to reporters, according to Mississippi Clarion Ledger reporter Nick Suss. “And you’re thinking about your own kid. I don’t know. That’s the first time I’d seen something where I just called [Kiffin’s son] Knox’s mom and said I couldn’t care less where he ever plays football ever after seeing that.”
There has been very little information released about Thomas’ condition. The information has not been disclosed as of yet.
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