Bruschi, 46, previously suffered a stroke in 2005, while he was a member of the Patriots. Unfortunately, Bruschi had another stroke just yesterday and according to his family, he is recovering at the Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Massachusettes.
Bruschi was found to have a heart defect that required him to undergo a surgical procedure to fix a hole, forcing him to sit out the start of the 2005 campaign.
After his retirement, Bruschi stated, "I had 366 tackles in the National Football League as a stroke survivor, and I'm very proud of that".
Bruschi, a linebacker who was elected to the Pro Bowl in 2004, played 13 seasons for the Patriots. "And I'm very proud of that".
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"Tedy has the complete support of ESPN and we wish him a speedy recovery", the network said in a statement.
Since retiring from the NFL in 2009 after 13 years, Bruschi, 46, has been an analyst at ESPN and is now a member of their "Sunday NFL Countdown" on-air team.
His charity, Tedy's Team, said in a statement that Bruschi suffered a transient ischemic attack on Thursday.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Tedy and the Bruschi family as he continues to recover.