Former NFL QB Shot Multiple Times After Argument With GF's Ex-Boyfriend

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Witnesses told police that Wright, 43, got into a verbal spat with his girlfriend's ex. When they arrived, officers found Wright "with multiple gunshot wounds to his body".

Wright is said to be in stable condition, according to a statement made by the Concord Police Department to the Independent Tribune. The Hooker is now wanted for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, inflicting serious injury.

Wright's condition is stable, per the Concord Police Department. Undrafted out of SC in 1999, Wright signed on with the Pittsburgh Steelers before joining the Cowboys in 2000. Police say the argument ensued after Hooker showed up to drop off his six-year-old daughter. An argument occurred soon after and shots were fired.

Wright started for Cincinnati and Dallas.

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According to ProFootballTalk, Wright entered the league as an undrafted free agent for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

An undrafted free agent out of South Carolina, Wright played for six seasons in the National Football League with four franchises: the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals.

He threw for 18 touchdowns, five interceptions and 1,685 yards as a junior, despite missing the final two games of the season with a knee injury. He started three more games for the Cowboys in 2001 and then joined the Baltimore Ravens in 2002.

Wright last played in 2007, with the New York Giants, earning a Super Bowl ring as the team's third-string quarterback.