Nick Schuyler found clinging to side of overturned boat with 2 NFL players plus 1 missing.
Tampa, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Breaking News Update: Survivor Nick Schuyler was found clinging to the overturned, 21 foot boat in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Florida on Monday. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the boat was found by a Coast Guard cutter 35 miles off Clearwater, Florida, and the search for the two missing NFL players and one other man remains ongoing.
Schuyler, who was wearing a life vest when the anchored boat capsized on Saturday, was plucked from the water by a Coast Guard rescue helicopter basket. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital reportedly in good condition suffering from dehydration. The Coast Guard remains searching for the 3 missing men. New reports are now stating the boat belongs to Marquis Cooper, a linebacker for the Oakland Raiders, who remains among the missing along with defensive lineman Corey Smith, and former South Florida football player William Bleakley. Schuyler told rescue authorities they were together in the water for some time before being separated.
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