The defensive back left the game against the Patriots on a stretcher and was transported to a hospital, has movement in the extremities
FOXBOROUGH – The defensive back of the Cleveland browns, Troy hill, was transferred to a local hospital with a neck injury, after being immobilized and taken off the field on a stretcher during Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.
A spokesperson for the Browns said Hill I had movement in your limbs.
Hill suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter while attempting a tackle during the final touchdown of New England’s 45-7 victory.
After staying on the floor for several minutes, he was placed on a stretcher, immobilized and taken out of the field.
The quarterback of the Browns, Baker Mayfield, left the game in the third quarter with a blow to the knee. Initially he was helped out of the field and briefly visited the medical store.
However, head coach Kevin Stefanski indicated that Mayfield it could have ended the game if the final score was still in doubt. With New England leading 31-7, Stefanski decided to rest Mayfield and that substitute Case Keenum finished the game in his place.
Mayfield He later indicated that he underwent X-rays on the struck knee, which revealed “no structural damage.”
Mayfield he’s been dealing with a torn left shoulder all season. He was also limited in training last Wednesday by persistent foot pain.