NFL, Dolphins insurance to cover Kendrick Norton's medical bills after car crash

Dolphins' Kendrick Norton breaks silence, asks for your help after left arm amputation

Dolphins' Kendrick Norton breaks silence, asks for your help after left arm amputation

National Football League insurance programs will cover Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton's medical bills as he recovers this week from a auto accident that resulted in the amputation of his left arm. Thank you all. Miami Dolphins player and Miami Hurricane Kendrick Norton has undergone three surgeries since a tragic vehicle accident on July 3rd, including the amputation of his arm.

Norton posted this message on his Instagram story Monday: "I'm good thank you to everyone that checked on me!"

The NFL has stepped in to help out Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton. Any continued support is appreciated. Norton wrote. "I'm goood thanks for the prayers to God be the glory".

Norton's National Football League career is over, and the hope is now that he can live a normal life.

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The GoFundMe page started in Norton's name had raised more than $9,000 out of a goal of $150,000 as of Tuesday afternoon.

Police said Norton was one of two people injured in a rollover crash, which occurred early Thursday morning on the Dolphin Expressway at State Road 826 in South Florida.

First Round Management CEO Malki Kawa told ESPN that Norton's "spirits are up considering the traumatic accident that he suffered and he's thankful for the support". A 30-year-old woman who was driving a Masserati was also involved in the crash. He never played a down for the team and was signed off the Carolina practice squad by the Dolphins in December. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews rendered aid to Norton, who had severe injuries to his left arm and was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center. Norton is battling for his health and facing additional surgeries on top of the three procedures he has already undergone.

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