31-Year-Old Super Bowl Champion Reportedly Placed in Hospice: ‘It’s Not Looking Good’

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Denver Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman is receiving hospice care as he fights a rare cancer, his friends, family and former teammates confirmed Tuesday.

“Broncos Country please pray for Ronnie Hillman — he’s in hospice and not doing well,” wrote former Broncos offensive lineman Orlando Franklin in a Tuesday post on Twitter.

“He’s got bad liver cancer and he’s in hospice now,” Derek Wolfe, a former Broncos defensive tackle, said Tuesday on The Drive, his radio show.

“It’s not looking good. He has pneumonia and I’m putting it out there just to send positive vibes his way,” Wolfe said, according to KKFN-FM.

“That’s awful news,” Brandon Stokley, another of Hillman’s former teammates, said in response to Wolfe’s announcement.

Hillman’s family confirmed the news of Hillman receiving hospice care on Tuesday in a statement shared with TMZ.

According to the statement, Hillman was found to have a form of kidney cancer, renal medullary carcinoma, in August.

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