Kentucky Sports Radio’s Matt Jones was given the full update:Jared Lorenzen’s family has asked me to share this update on his conditionPrayers for my good friend pic.twitter.com/lOmFGiPeAm— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) June 30, 2019Lorenzen was initially admitted to the hospital on Friday, as his family asked for prayers.I just spoke to Jared Lorenzen’s mother. He has been admitted to the hospital with an infection and is dealing with some medical issues at this timeShe asks for prayers from the Big Blue Nation and privacy at this timePrayers for one of the best people I know— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) June 28, 2019The former left-handed quarterback played for Kentucky from 2000-03. He threw for a school-record 10,354 yards during his time in Lexington.Lorenzen spent two seasons as Eli Manning’s backup with the New York Giants, winning a Super Bowl in 2008.Our thoughts are with Jared and his family and friends. LEXINGTON, KY – SEPTEMBER 27: Quarterback Jared Lorenzen #22 of Kentucky looks for the open receiver against Florida on September 27, 2003 at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky. Florida won 24-21. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)The family of former Kentucky star quarterback Jared Lorenzen has issued a new health update after reports surfaced of a hospitalization.Lorenzen, 38, has been hospitalized as he battles an infection and several other serious health issues.The former NFL quarterback was brought to the hospital on Friday after not feeling well for weeks. He was then admitted to the ICU.“He is fighting with every thing he has and his immediate family by his side,” the statement reads.