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Bramble family asking supporters to pray "for a miracle"

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  There's new information about that Siegel High School athlete seriously injured in a football game three weeks ago.

Taylor Bramble’s father says his son continues in critical condition He does note in a message posted online Wednesdayday that the 16-year-old is “initiating all breaths.” The update also notes that the boy had additional surgery on Monday.

On the website of Northside Baptist Church in Murfreesboro where father David Bramble is an assistant pastor, the Bramble family acknowledges their “thankfulness to the countless number of people who have prayed for and given to our family, during the most trying time of our life.”

The family is asking supporters to be “praying for a miracle.”

Baylor Bramble suffered a severe brain injury during a football game Friday October 23 as Seigel High played Warren County High. He left the game telling the coach he had a bad headache. Later that night he was transported to Vanderbilt Medical Center by a Life Flight helicopter.

Here's where you can go to see future updates on Baylor Bramble.