One of the three Oregon players who was hospitalized with rhabdomyolysis following January 2017 workouts is suing the school and former Ducks head coach Willie Taggart.

According to The Oregonian and ESPN, Doug Brenner, an offensive lineman who graduated from UO after the 2017 season, is seeking $11.5 million in damages for “severe injuries, some of which are permanent, permanent renal injury, a shortening of his life span by upwards of 10 years, increased susceptibility of kidney failure, kidney disease, and death, severe physical and emotional pain and an impaired opportunity to play football in college and thereafter.”

Also listed in the suit are former Oregon strength coach Irele Oderinde, who followed Taggart to Florida State after the 2017 season, and the NCAA.