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Packers’ Clay Matthews Jersey breaks nose after being hit by line drive in charity softball game

Linebacker Clay Matthews suffered a broken nose after he was hit in the face with a line drive Saturday during a Green Bay Packers charity softball game.
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It was scary,Adams said. I could hear a little crack. I didn’t know if it was glasses or what it was. You never want to watch something like that unfold. He didn’t seem like Daniel Kilgore Jersey he was doing too bad, but I know it didn’t feel good.

Adams didn’t know much more other than┬áthat Matthews had been hit in the nose and was in pain. Adams gave Matthews credit for getting to his feet so quickly and walking off the field.

Tough guy, because I would’ve still been on the ground right now,he said. We’re just going to pray for him and hope that he feels better soon.

All of us in the NFL are saddened by the passing of Dwight Clark. Dwight made many memorable contributions on the field as a two-time Super Bowl champion and later as a member of the front office of the 49ers and Browns. He will forever live on in our memories for The Catch but also for his kind, gentle and courageous spirit. We send our deepest sympathies and love to Dwight’s wife, Kelly, his family, teammates, and the many people whose lives he touched, including mine, throughout his career and life.

His long-time teammate and the one who tossed him The Catch,Joe Montana, released a statement along with his wife, Jennifer:

Dwight was a vibrant, charismatic soul!!! Jennifer and I are heartbroken over his passing. While we knew it was inevitably coming, it came way too soon! We are grateful for the decades of love and friendship we shared. We are praying for Dwight, his family and for all your prayers also. We will miss you dearly! Love Jennifer and Joe Montana.

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