Colt Brennan, former University of Hawaii and Raiders quarterback, has been injured in a car crash in the Big Island of Hawaii. His agent Tollner has issued a statement which said Brennan has been shifted to Honolulu for better medical treatment. He has been taken to Kona Community Hospital on Friday. Doctors are saying that condition of Colt Brennan is serious.
Colt Brennan seemed to have suffered three or four broken ribs and massive head injuries. Big Island Police have reported that Brennan was travelling in a SUV which is being driven by Shakti Stream. Colt Brennan was drafted by Redskins in the year 2008 but was waived in 2010. He played only one preseason game with the Raiders and was released on September 4th. At Hawaii, Brennan became the NCAA career leader in touchdown passes. He made 131 passes in the seasons 2005 and 2006 while he was playing with Hawaii.
We all hope a early recovery of Colt Brennan.