Russell Gage left Monday’s sport on a backboard and was transported to a hospital. (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Photos)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Russell Gage left Monday’s playoff sport in opposition to the Dallas Cowboys on a backboard after a daunting harm late within the sport. He was taken to a neighborhood hospital to be evaluated for a concussion and neck harm.
Cowboys security Donovan Wilson made contact with Gage’s head after an incomplete cross late within the fourth quarter. Gage fell to his rear after the cross, and Wilson hit him from behind, snapping Gage’s head ahead. Wilson wasn’t focusing on Gage’s head. He was already dedicated to the sort out when Gage fell.
Gage appeared to attempt to rise up from the hit, however could not. He remained laying on his again. Gamers from each groups surrounded Gage as medical trainers tended to him. After a number of moments, trainers positioned Gage on a backboard and finally lifted him onto a cart, the place he was taken off the sphere.
Play resumed after Gage left the sphere Monday in a 31-14 Cowboys win.
Bucs head coach Todd Bowles informed reporters after the sport that Gage was taken to a neighborhood hospital and was being evaluated for a concussion and neck harm. He had motion of his fingers on the sphere, in line with Bowles.
Gage was initially listed as questionable previous to Monday’s sport after he injured his again on a landing catch in Week 18.