CALABASAS, Calif. (FOX NEWS) - A former NFL quarterback survived an apparent suicide attempt Tuesday, when he shot himself at a California motel.
Erik Kramer, who played for four different NFL teams during a 10-year career, was found by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies at a Calabasas motel, according to NBC News, which cited law enforcement sources. Kramer's injury was described as not life-threatening by police, but Kramer's ex-wife, Marshawn, told NBC that Kramer's sister told her the injury was more serious than cops were letting on.
Marshawn said she believes the suicide attempt was a result of brain damage from his time playing football.
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