Tampa Bay Buccaneers broad receiver Russell Gage Jr. was concerned in a scary play towards the tip of the crew’s 31-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys of their NFC wild-card matchup.
Tom Brady threw a move to Gage on second down from the Cowboys’ 19-yard line and the veteran broad receiver went down in ache after he was hit within the again and neck space by Donovan Wilson.
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The Buccaneers’ medical employees rushed to the scene and gamers watched because the trainers attended to the play.
The medical personnel referred to as for a cart and put Gage on a backboard to take him off the sector. Buccaneers and Cowboys gamers went down to at least one knee. It appeared Gage was capable of transfer his proper leg as he was being labored on and finally, he was taken off the sector and to the hospital.
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Buccaneers coach Todd Bowles informed reporters throughout his postgame press convention that Gage was hospitalized with a concussion. Bowles mentioned Gage had motion in his extremities and was being checked for a neck damage.
Gage had two catches for 10 yards throughout the sport.
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He was in his first season with Tampa Bay. In 13 video games, he had 51 catches for 426 yards and 5 touchdowns.