A former NFL quarterback is in critical condition after being shot multiple times during a domestic dispute.

Anthony Wright was shot Monday at his home in Concord, North Carolina. When authorities arrived, he was immediately rushed to a local hospital for emergency surgery after sustaining “life-threatening injuries.”

Wright, 43, played in the NFL from 1999 to 2007 after a college career at the University of South Carolina. He began as a backup with the Pittsburgh Steelers after going undrafted. Wright would play for the Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens, and Cincinnati Bengals before closing out his career with the New York Giants.

After speaking with witnesses, investigators determined that the dispute was between Wright and his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend, William Moses Hooker Jr.

Hooker showed up at their home to drop off his daughter when Wright got into an argument with him. The argument escalated and led to Wright being rushed to the hospital.

The Concord Police Department issued an arrest warrant on Hooker for assault with a deadly weapon and inflicting serious injury with intent to kill.

Wright is still in critical condition after undergoing surgery for gunshot wounds.