Detroit Lions cornerback Saivion Smith was taken off the field in New England in an ambulance and was taken to a hospital after he collapsed on the field during Sunday’s NFL game.
The NFL says he was being evaluated for a “neck” injury. Watch the incident below and decide for yourself if you believe the NFL’s explanation.
However, over the past year there has been a significant increase in the number of healthy athletes suddenly collapsing during games and matches.
Many college and professional teams mandated that players get fully vaccinated — even though there is well-documented research showing a risk of heart-related side effects.
On Saturday Michigan running backs coach and former Wolverines star player Mike Hart collapsed on the sideline and was carted from the field to be examined. He reportedly suffered a “medical emergency.”
J.J. Watt, a star player for the Arizona Cardinals, had to have his heart shocked back into rhythm. Watt boasted about being fully vaccinated. It’s unclear whether that had anything to do with his heart condition.
Last month Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas announced the passing of senior defensive lineman Clark Yarbrough, 21. He just suddenly collapsed.
In Lubbock, Texas a freshman high school football player collapsed on the field after scoring a game-winning touchdown. Trainers had to use CPR and shocked his heart to revive the 14-year-old.
And a few weeks ago in Pleasant Plains, Illinois a football player collapsed on the sidelines. He was rushed to the hospital after suffering what the school called a “medical emergency.”
There should be inquiries and investigations into whether or not the vaccine is causing athletes to suffer life-changing side effects — and in some cases death.
We deserve to know what many people were forced to get injected into their bodies.
But whenever someone asks those questions they are immediately shut down, accused of being a conspiracy theorists and a peddler of disinformation.
It’s still a question worth asking.