Dolphins defense Kendrick Norton has given his first interview since cutting his left arm due to injuries suffered in a car accident last week.
Norton did not play football again after losing his arm, but he said "staying strong" because of family support, friends and fans who reached him from the accident. She also expressed her gratitude for the fact that she did not lose life in the accident.
"I'm alive," Norton told Peter D & # 39; Oench of CBS Miami. "To be here, I'm alive, something that keeps me going and that's why I'm still here to be here. My family is so important that I have this support system so it keeps I'm strong and it keeps me tall But I realize I can not play for anyone We work the past you know The truth is sinking I'm alive and I'm grateful Now I want to organize a blood drive. "
Norton had no more influence on drugs or alcohol when the crash occurred, but was mentioned for an improper change in the lane. He did not discuss the details of the accident during the interview while he was focusing on the fact that he was living with a "full half" glass when "many people had glasses that were not light enough to them or that glass empty."