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Star player for the San Francisco 49ers, Dre Greenlaw, is wheeled back to the locker room after suffering a devastating injury during the first half of the Super Bowl, “tears his left Achilles.”

Linebacker Dre Greenlaw of the San Francisco 49ers has been ruled out of the second half of the Super Bowl after suffering an unusual Achilles tendon injury in the first half of Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Dre Greenlaw injured his left Achilles while making his way back onto the field in the first half

After bouncing up and down on the sidelines, Greenlaw slumped holding his left leg and began running onto the field with a few teammates.

Then a trolley was used to help him off. It was determined at halftime that Greenlaw would not be allowed to come back.

This season, Greenlaw started all 15 of his games and was the second-leading tackler for the club. In his five NFL seasons, he has played for San Francisco.

Prior to his injury, he was given credit for three assists in this game. Greenlaw and Eagles security chief Dom DiSandro got into a sideline fight during the team’s December 3 42-19 loss to the 49ers. Because he took part in the altercation, he was sent off.

The 26-year-old 49ers linebacker was bouncing on his toes on the sideline before the injury

The league later penalized Greenlaw $10,927 as a result of the call against him at the time, which was a penalty for needless roughness.

Additionally, he is one of just eight players still playing for the Chiefs that participated in Super Bowl LIV (54) four years ago, when the Chiefs stunned the 49ers by overturning a 10-point deficit in the last seven minutes of the fourth quarter.

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