In a scary scene on Saturday evening, New England Patriots’ cornerback Isaiah Bolden had to be stretchered off after an accidental helmet-to-helmet collision with teammate Calvin Munson.
Bolden was down for several minutes before being taken away to a hospital. The game was eventually called off, with the Patriots winning 21-17.
On Sunday, the New England Patriots gave a positive update on Bolden: He was released from the hospital and will travel with the club back to Foxborough. The Patriots also announced that joint practices with the Tennessee Titans for Tuesday and Wednesday were cancelled.
The Jackson State product was drafted in the seventh round (245th overall) by the Patriots back in April. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound Bolden had six pass defenses in his final season with the Tigers to go along with 277 kickoff return yards.
New England will wrap up its preseason play with a road contest against the Titans on Aug. 25. They’ll then have two weeks to get ready for the Week 1 opener against the defending NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles at Gillette Stadium on Sept. 10.
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