Rutgers Player Paralyzed Video

October 19, 2010 by staff 

Rutgers Player Paralyzed Video, Eric Legrand & VIDEO Rutgers player paralyzed boy missing Pasadena. Rutgers Legrand critically ill after a spinal spine Eric Legrand, a defense against junior at Rutgers University has not yet recovered from a critically ill after a spinal spine during a game against Army Saturday. LeGrand, who is unable to move below his neck, still lives in the intensive care unit. The player suffered a serious spinal injury in the middle of the neck while making a tackle in the fourth quarter of the game.

LeGrand has suffered criticism at C3 and C4 of the spinal cord. This means that the patient will not be able to move his body below the neck. LeGrand had undergone emergency surgery at Hackensack University Medical Center comes on the night of the accident.

Meanwhile, doctors reported Monday that Legrand is on the road to recovery. However, only after 72 hours of surgery, a last word to say about the resumption of Legrand, said sources.

Family members and team Legrand prayers are for the player. All things of Rutgers Scarlet Knights Football and went numb from LeGrand met with prejudice.

“Eric, his family and the family believe that Rutgers football is back,” said Greg Schiano, the Scarlet Knights’ coach, head football Schiano. “We ask our fans and the entire Rutgers community to believe and to pray for Eric, as he begins the recovery process,” said Schiano. Friends and teammates of the player are also very optimistic of his immediate reinstatement.

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