Jeremy Renner cheers at NFL game nine months after near-death accident

Bodycam footage shows emergency services rescue Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner seemed to be in good spirits, cheering on his team, The San Francisco 49ers, in Los Angeles on Sunday, only nine months after his near-death snowplough accident.

The Marvel star, 52, smiled and cheered on his team as they claimed a victory against the LA Rams at the SoFi stadium.

Jeremy wore a casual black T-shirt and cardigan and beige cargo trousers.

He paired his look with a 49ers baseball cap.

The Hollywood actor looked prideful as he threw his hands in the air, willing the team to a win.

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Shortly after ringing in the new year of 2023, Renner’s chest was crushed and his upper torso collapsed after he was pulled under a seven-ton snowplough near his Lake Tahoe home.

Renner was trying to pull his nephew’s vehicle from the snow in his driveway when the terrifying incident happened.

The actor was heard in agony in a 911 call and his injuries were so life-threatening they resulted in him being airlifted to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, where he was initially listed in “critical but stable condition.”

He broke nearly three dozen bones, and had tons of bruising.

Once stable, the Hurt Locker star began sharing updates on his condition and rehabilitation via social media.

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In a January 21 post, he showed himself in physical therapy for his legs.

He captioned the post with: “Morning workouts, resolutions all changed this particular new years …. Spawned from tragedy for my entire family, and quickly focused into uniting actionable love.”

Renner put many hours into working out in the gym and PT and by mid-April he’d improved enough to walk hand-in-hand with daughter Ava at the premiere of his Disney Plus series mini-series Rennervations.

Shortly after, Renner visited the staff at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno to thank them in person for saving his life.

He opened up about the accident during an interview with Diane Sawyer in April, admitting he was “triggered by the accident,” but has since shifted “the narrative of being victimized, of making a mistake or anything else.”

He added he refused “to be haunted by that memory that way.”

Renner’s has a lot to be grateful for, including his newest appearance for season three of Mayor of Kingstown.

Paramount+ has officially renewed the show for a third season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The show was quietly renewed several months ago, but a formal announcement was postponed in light of Renner’s recovery.

No premiere date for the third season has been announced.

Renner is still healing from his injuries, and at the 49ers game, he was often pictured sitting down and resting his legs.

However, he will undoubtedly keep fighting to be back in 100 percent health.

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