Deion Sanders reunites with Jamie Foxx after health scares

Two legendary icons made individual comebacks to be at FOX's Upfront
Jamie Foxx/Instagram
In this story:

Following health scares last year, both Jamie Foxx and Deion Sanders are making impressive comebacks in their respective careers. Foxx, known as the host of FOX’s Beat Shazam, recently took the stage at FOX's Upfront on May 13, showcasing upcoming seasons of network shows. Additionally, he highlighted FOX Sports' upcoming MLB Negro League tribute game. Foxx's Instagram post captured moments backstage with sports legends like Tom Brady, Derek Jeter, and Sanders himself, among others.

Foxx’s health scare, which led to hospitalization in April 2023 due to a "medical complication," left fans concerned. However, recent updates from his family and friends, including daughter Corinne, reassure that he is doing well and eagerly returning to his projects. Sources close to him have shared that he is not only recovering but thriving, with plans to resume hosting Beat Shazam alongside Corinne.

As for Sanders, the 56-year-old Hall-of-Famer dealt with multiple surgeries to remove blood clots from his lower extremities before last season. Coach Prime bounced back with poise and is starting to jog again. Despite the ordeal, Sanders appears unfazed, seamlessly transitioning back into his coaching duties and displaying his trademark energy and charisma.

In essence, Foxx and Sanders exemplify the resilience needed to overcome health obstacles while maintaining professional momentum. Their stories serve as reminders of the importance of perseverance and the power of a supportive community during challenging times. As they continue to thrive, their journeys inspire others to persevere in the face of adversity.

Colorado will open the 2024 football season against North Dakota State on Thursday, August 29.

Josh Tolle