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Doctors: Everett May Walk Again

Dr. Andrew Cappuccino 

Walking may be possible someday for severely injured Bills tight end Kevin Everett, but playing football is not in his future.  That’s according to the two neurosurgeons who performed his surgery for a severe spinal injury suffered on Sunday.  At a news conference Wednesday, Dr. Kevin Gibbons says Everett has made “significant progress” and can now move his legs.

He is unable to move his hands, however, and currently has limited ability to move his arms.  Gibbons said Everett will require additional surgeries in his long recovery from the spine injury.  It was caused by a helmet-to-helmet hit after a kickoff in the season-opening game between the Bills and the Denver Broncos.

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