Yesterday, we finally got to see video showing former Syracuse University running back Rob Konrad shortly after he swam ashore following his nine mile, sixteen hour trek following a fishing accident.
TMZ Sports released the video yesterday and it shows Rob Konrad, wrapped in a blanket, drinking from a water bottle, and asking the police officer to call his family to let them know that he's OK.
The events in the video occurred around 5 a.m. on Januray 8 after Konrad arrived on shore and rang the doorbell of an oceanfront home.
Konrad reported that he fell of his boat about nine miles off the coast of South Florida at around 12:30 pm January 7. He also told some reporters that he was stung by a jellyfish and circled by a shark on his 16 hour long swim. You can listen to Konrad talk more about it with Dan Le Batard on his radio program.
Konrad was treated at a local hospital where he diagnosed with severe dehydration and rhabdomyolysis, the breakdown of muscle tissue that leads to the release of muscle fiber contents into the blood.
Konrad was the last player to wear the number 44 for the Orange and was a second-round draft pick by the Dolphins in 1999 and would spend six seasons with the team.
Pray for Deadspin, who can barely hide their disdain over the news.