Former Hawkeye Brett Greenwood In Intensive Care After Collapsing

Former Iowa Hawkeyes safety Brett Greenwood is in serious but stable condition after collapsing following a workout

Former all-Big Ten safety Brett Greenwood, a three-year starter for the Iowa Hawkeyes, is in intensive care after he collapsed following a workout on Friday. Greenwood was admitted to the hospital in Bettendorf, Iowa in critical condition. He has since been transferred to University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City and is said to be in stable condition.

Greenwood, 23, signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent this summer. He was released by the team last week when they made their final 53-man roster cuts. The Quad-City Times in Davenport, Iowa, reported that Greenwood was working out at a local high school before he collapsed. No specific details about his condition or what might have caused him to collapse have been released at this time.

For more on the Iowa Hawkeyes, check out Black Heart Gold Pants. For more on the Pittsburgh Steelers, head over to Behind The Steel Curtain.

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