Colorado Buffaloes head coach Deion Sanders has returned to campus for the first time following a recent medical procedure.
Late last month, the Pro Football Hall of Famer underwent surgery to repair blood clots in his legs. The team returned for offseason conditioning, and Sanders made an appearance.
The 55-year-old coach sat in a chair on the sidelines as the players went through their drills.
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Video posted by Well Off Media on Wednesday shows Sanders wearing a black Colorado hoodie and sitting in a chair on the grass inside the Buffaloes’ indoor practice facility.
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Several players walked up to Coach Prime and shook his hand as he watched the practice.
«It’s good to see you, you look good,» one player seemed to say as he greeted the Buffaloes coach.
When Sanders was asked how he was feeling, he replied: «I’m glad to be back.»
Sanders was taken to a Colorado hospital, where he stayed for a couple of days. He was later released after surgery to remove blood clots from his legs.
Last week, Sanders’ girlfriend, Tracey Edmonds, thanked everyone for their support.
«We are so grateful for the healing power of God and for all of our prayer warriors. It was a long but successful day! #CoachPrime @deionsanders is resting and doing great tonight after his surgery! Thank you Lord! Thank you Fam! We love you,» Edmonds wrote on Instagram.
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In late June, Sanders mentioned that his foot was unlikely to be amputated due to the blood clot.