Sunday night’s matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers assumed a lower priority in relation to an alarming scene in the final quarter.
Seahawks guarded end Darrell Taylor was stretchered off with a physical issue after a long deferral during which players in the two groups accumulated on the field to check whether he was good.
NBC Sports’ Michele Tafoya detailed Taylor was removed through rescue vehicle. She noted, “It was confirmed to me by Seahawks PR that he is moving all of his extremities.”
As per NFL.com, Taylor was moving his legs when he was on the ground and before he was immobilized and stretchered off.
Taylor is in his second season in the association after Seattle chose him in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft. He has showed up in every one of the six of the group’s games this season and entered play with 12 handles, four sacks and one constrained mishandle. He added four handles against Pittsburgh prior to leaving.
The 24-year-old missed what might have been his new kid on the block crusade in 2020 on account of injury.
Pittsburgh beat Seattle in extra time on a Chris Boswell field objective that was set up by T.J. Watt’s constrained bumble.