Brennan in stable condition after crash
Former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan was in stable condition Saturday as he recovered from head and back injuries suffered in a car accident on Hawaii's Big Island, TMZ reported.
Brennan's condition was initially listed as serious after the vehicle in which he was traveling as a passenger struck another car head-on. Two people from the other vehicle were also airlifted to the hospital, according to Hawaii's KHON News.
Brennan, 27, was released in September by the Raiders following training camp. At Hawaii from 2004 to 2007, Brennan set an NCAA record for most career touchdown passes with 131, though the record was broken in 2008 by Texas Tech's Graham Harrell.
In his senior season, Brennan was a Heisman Trophy finalist and
led the Warriors to a berth in the Sugar Bowl.