Deion Sanders says he may need left foot amputated

Deion Sanders, an NFL Hall of Famer who has previously had two toes removed, believes he may need to have his left foot totally amputated owing to blood circulation concerns.  

Sanders, the current head football coach at the University of Colorado, met this week with orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Ken Hunt,  

vascular surgeons Dr. Donald Jacobs and Dr. Max Wohlauer, and athletic trainer Lauren Askevold to discuss his injury.  

"I don't have feeling in the bottom of my foot at all," the former NFL player and Hall of Famer informed his medical team in a filmed meeting released Thursday on YouTube for "Thee Pregame Show."  

Sanders had two toes removed in 2021 owing to poor circulation.  

He stated that if an operation is required, he wants it done as soon as possible to prevent missing any of the following football season.  

"As you know I've faced some medical challenges with my foot but I've never said 'WHY ME'"   

Sanders captioned a short clip released on Instagram. "I'm Coach Prime and I'm built for this."  


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