LSU Tight End Tweets He's "Still 100" After Getting Stabbed Three Times at Baton Rouge Bar

at Tiger Stadium on September 19, 2015 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

LSU Tight End Tweets He's "Still 100" After Getting Stabbed Three Times at Baton Rouge Bar

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LSU Tight End Tweets He's "Still 100" After Getting Stabbed Three Times at Baton Rouge Bar

Dillon Gordon, a senior tight end at LSU, was stabbed during a bar fight in Baton Rouge early Tuesday morning. Gordon, whose season ended in October due to injury, was taken to the hospital after police responded to a “major incident at Reggie’s bar around 12:45am. Via The Advocate:

Multiple sources – one who witnessed the fight – said the person transported was Gordon, a 22-year-old senior tight end and three-year starter for the Tigers. A source said Gordon suffered three stab wounds to the chest and is in stable condition.

“Calling it a stab wound might be an exaggeration,” Kelly said from the scene early Tuesday morning. “From what I understand, it’s not a serious injury at all. Working to try to figure out who did it. The person who did it left the scene.”

A release from the police department later said the victim suffered “multiple stabbings.”

Gordon tweeted the millennial version of “I’m OK” this morning:

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