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— Ryan Shazier (@RyanShazier) October 14, 2018 Sept. 24, 2018 The Steelers made their first Monday Night Football appearance since Shazier’s injury in a Week 3 matchup against the Buccaneers.
Shazier sustained a spinal injury last December while trying to make a tackle in the Steelers-Bengals game. Sports Illustrated detailed his injury along with the surgery that he had days later.
Ryan Shazier's injury following a head-first tackle is reportedly more severe than expected.
Ryan Shazier lies on the field after an apparent back injury. (Frank Victores/AP) Shazier drilled his helmet into the side of Malone, causing his neck to buckle and his legs to go limp.
Some good news coming out from Steelers. Two players called Shazier's injury a spinal chord concussion, comparable to Tommy Maddox injury in 2002; Maddox missed 1 game. Encouraging news, another said.
The Steelers have been reluctant to talk about how they dealt with Shazier’s injury — knowing it could have been any one of them — and got through the game.
PITTSBURGH -- Ryan Shazier is making progress and relying on faith and prayer to cope with a severe spinal injury suffered Dec. 4, Shazier's father, Vernon, said in an interview with ESPN.