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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Greg Knapp, former Broncos quarterback coach, in critical condition after “horrible” bike accident

NEW YORK – New York Jets assistant coach Greg Knapp was in a “horrible” bicycle accident last weekend and is in critical condition.

Denver TV Stations 9News reported Monday night Knapp was hit by a vehicle while traveling in California. Agent Jeff Sparbeck confirmed to the station that the 58-year-old NFL assistant had been hospitalized.

The nature of Knapp’s injuries was not immediately known.

ESPN reported The accident happened on Saturday near his home in Danville, California. She was hit by a motorist around 3 p.m., according to the San Ramon Police Department.

Knapp was hired by the Jets in January as part of the staff of new coach Robert Saleh, who served as a pass game specialist. One of Knapp’s primary roles is to help develop quarterback Zach Wilson, who is the No. 2 overall pick in the draft.

“Greg is such an amazing person, it’s hard to imagine the challenge he and his family face,” Saleh said in a statement released by the team on Tuesday. “Greg’s fun-loving nature, kind nature and wealth of knowledge have allowed him to make real connections with all of our coaches, players and staff since he has been here.

“I ask that you keep her in your prayers as we all pull her through this horrific accident.”

Knapp’s family also issued a statement on Tuesday via Jets.

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