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Posted at 5:39 AM ET, 11/28/2010

Colt Brennan released from Honolulu hospital

By Cindy Boren

Colt Brennan, a former quarterback for the Washington Redskins, was released from a Honolulu hospital Saturday, eight days after he was injured in an auto accident on the island of Hawaii.

Brennan, according to earlier reports, suffered multiple injuries (including broken ribs and a punctured lung and broken collarbone, cheekbone and eye socket) when an SUV driven by his girlfriend, Shakti Stream, collided with one driven by Theresa Wang. Stream was treated at a Kona hospital; Wang and Brennan were flown to The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu. Wang remains hospitalized.

Brennan issued a statement:

"It is with heavy heart that I am able to leave the hospital today, as my prayers and thoughts remain with Theresa Wang and her family. I am so grateful for all of the support I received over the past week. I am also relieved that Shakti is close to a full recovery."

Brennan, according to KHON2, will return to Orange County, Calif., where his parents live, to continue his recovery.

By Cindy Boren  | November 28, 2010; 5:39 AM ET
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Comments

Thank you God to give Colt a 2nd chance at life.

Now I hope Colt will get a 2nd NFL life too and come back to make Allen, Shanny and Snyder regret their decision to release him.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery Colt.

Posted by: memyselfI1 | November 29, 2010 6:36 PM | Report abuse

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