"I got a lot of texts as soon as it happened," he recalled. "It's scary. Those guys are putting their heads in jeopardy every game with how big and fast they are and the routes that they run. When it happened, your heart just stops, and you think, 'Just move something.' You don't want a kid to be permanently injured from playing the game. So once he moved, most of us felt so much better. Then it was just a matter of recovery."