Former NFL defensive lineman Chris Baker recovers from stroke

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Former NFL defensive lineman Chris Baker, who spent eight seasons in the NFL, is recovering from a serious stroke suffered.

Via, Baker posted video on Friday that showed him walking through the hospital where he is receiving treatment.

Baker disclosed the health situation earlier this week on social media: “Tell your loved ones you love ‘em, my life almost ended 2 days ago. I can’t believe I had a stroke. But God not done with me yet.”

Baker, 35, was undrafted in 2009. He spent time with the Broncos, Dolphins, Washington, the Buccaneers, and Bengals. He appeared in 93 regular-season games with 55 starts. In 2016, Baker started all 16 games for Washington.

4 responses to “Former NFL defensive lineman Chris Baker recovers from stroke

  1. This is awful news. I loved him as a player, always exceeded expectation. Exceed expectations and get better chris.

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