Tampa Bay Buccaneers large receiver Russell Gage was compelled to depart Monday evening’s playoff sport on a backboard … and the scene was scary — notably within the wake of Damar Hamlin‘s on-field medical emergency simply two weeks in the past.
Gage went down awkwardly late within the fourth quarter of TB’s blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys — and he did not stand up instantly … prompting officers and medical personnel to race onto the sector to are likely to him.
#RussellGage Hoping the damage shouldn’t be severe By video, no fear for paralysis Also do not see how he was allowed to stand up if spinal twine fear Hope he’s OK. pic.twitter.com/aMfx5v8doy
The 26-year-old wideout, who took a violent hit to the top and neck space on the play, stayed down for a number of minutes … all whereas Cowboys and Buccaneers gamers appeared on with frightened expressions on their faces.
Gage was in the end strapped to a backboard and rushed to the hospital.
Following the sport, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles stated Tom Brady‘s goal had a concussion and was being evaluated for potential neck accidents. He was unsure if Gage had motion in all of his extremities.
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“His fingers have been transferring when he was down there,” Bowles stated. “I do not find out about the remaining.”