Former Washington Redskins and Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan was seriously injured in a head-on automobile accident Friday morning, according to multiple reports.
Brennan was immediately transported to a local hospital after the crash, which occurred on the Kona Coast on Hawaii’s Big Island. According to KHON 2, the vehicle Brennan was traveling in crossed into oncoming traffic and crashed into another car.
The two other people involved in the accident were airlifted from the scene. There have been no immediate updates on their conditions.
The 27-year-old Brennan was a sixth-round pick by the Redskins in 2008. He initially served in a back-up role for Jason Campbell and Todd Collins but was never able to get any significant playing time. The team waived Brennan in late August, shortly after he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.
Brennan was signed and promptly released by the Oakland Raiders after he failed to beat out Kyle Boller for the third-string quarterback position.