NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) - Tennessee State University football player Christion Abercrombie continues to make progress more than a month after his injury.
His mother, Staci Abercrombie, posted an update on Twitter, saying Christion has eaten his first meal by mouth since he was injured.
Today was such a remarkable day💙❗️Christion ate his first meal by mouth since 9/29. God is moving in my son’s life. We are so grateful for all of the support and prayers. Waiting patiently on a full recovery in Jesus name 🙏❗️We see the miracle in the making! #Christionstrong— Staci Abercrombie (@smabercrombie) November 7, 2018
The Tigers player collapsed on the sideline during the TSU-Vanderbilt game on September 29.
He was later transferred to a hospital in Atlanta that specializes in brain injuries.
His mother has been providing updates on social media, saying “God is working a miracle.” She said Christion is also now able to wave his hand, tell time and even gave her a hug when prompted.