Kevin Hart is wheelchair-bound after suffering injuries in a foot race with former NFL star Stevan Ridley.
The 44-year-old revealed on Wednesday that he’s currently in a wheelchair after tearing his lower abdomen and hip abductors while racing former NFL running back Stevan Ridley in a 40-yard dash.
Ridley is 10 years younger than Hart so this was never going to be close even if he didn’t hurt himself.
On his Instagram story, Ridley jokingly blamed Tom Brady for Hart’s injury.
Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, retired in February after 23 seasons in the NFL, walking away from the game at the age of 45, one year older than Hart.
Not everybody can do what he did at that age. We may never see a quarterback go that long ever again.
It’s unclear how long Hart will be in a wheelchair or what his recovery process will look like. If he was in the NFL, he would probably be out until December.
Ridley was a member of the Patriots’ Super Bowl championship team in the 2014-15 season, however, did not play in the postseason after tearing his ACL.
Ridley played in 73 games in his NFL career, rushing the ball 743 times for 3,102 yards and 24 touchdowns.
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