Jace Evans, USA TODAY
Published 11: 31 p.m. ET Feb. 9, 2021 | Up to this point 11: 32 p.m. ET Feb. 9, 2021
Sports actions media persona Colin Cowherd was now not on his original Fox Sports actions radio/TV show “The Herd” on Monday and Tuesday after he experienced a medical emergency over the weekend.
In a video posted on Instagram, Cowherd acknowledged he was rushed to the health center Saturday evening after experiencing a absorbing pain in the correct side of his chest. Tests had been unfavorable for COVID-19, he acknowledged, but X-rays published the 57-one year-historical had a dinky blood clot in his correct lung, which he acknowledged was limiting his breathing.
“It was frightening,” Cowherd acknowledged.
The host is awaiting the consequences of bloodwork to abet determine the reason behind the clot. He acknowledged he watched the Super Bowl but acknowledged therapies, which included being given morphine on the health center, left him exhausted.
“Thank you for your persistence and I notify regret for now not being there on the biggest days of the one year for my show,” Cowherd acknowledged.
“I am going to be assist on the air as soon as I’m able to,” he added.
“I am doing all I’m able to, I am attacking this. I am going to be assist soon. Thank you for your persistence, I look after it. I simply desire to thank each person for the abet, or now not it has been incredibly touching. It is been an emotional couple of days.”