clemsontigers.com Clemson football player Justin Foster is now back to being a Tiger … the defensive end says he’s unretiring after learning his health complications due to COVID-19 are subsiding. The senior — an honorable mention All-ACC player during his last full season in 2019 — was diagnosed with coronavirus in August 2020, and he says it wiped him out. Foster explained because of his history with asthma and allergies, COVID did a number on him … and it forced him to miss the entire 2020 season. pic.twitter.com/qngWN9VZEm — Justin Foster (@Fosterkiddddd) February 24, 2021 @Fosterkiddddd Foster actually retired from football in February over it all … saying he was still having breathing problems and a “severe difficulty” performing physically. “While my situation has improved,” Foster wrote in a statement on Feb. 24, “I am not in a position now, nor do I see that position soon, to step back on the field.” But, Foster said in a statement Wednesday he’s now doing MUCH better … and says doctors have ensured him he should be back to 100% in a matter of weeks. "For me, the decision came when I went to Duke a couple weeks ago and the doctor… Read full this story
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