Former Pro Bowl receiver hospitalized with “brain-related condition”
Receiver Drew Hill, a two-time Pro Bowler who played for the Rams, Oilers (now the Titans), and Falcons, has been hospitalized in Atlanta with a “brain-related condition,” according to Len Pasquarelli of The Sports Xchange.
Per the report, Hill is in “very serious condition.”
Hill, 54, became ill on a golf course. He was diagnosed with high blood pressure at a local hospital, and he was released. He later experienced headaches, and he was readmitted.
Source close to the family advise Pasquarelli that Hill is being treated for a stroke or an aneurysm.
Hill entered the league in 1979 with the Rams, and he retired after the 1993 season.