By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones was involved in a freak accident against the Philadelphia Eagles at FedExField in Landover, Maryland. During a play, he ran out of bounds.
When he was off the field, Seals-Jones collided with a Fox Sports cameraman. The NFL player took the brunt force of the collision.
Seals-Jones has been ruled out of the game by the team. After being down for some time, Seals-Jones was put on a stretcher then onto a cart.
He was transported into a tunnel, according to the Fox Sports cameras. He will likely be transported to a local hospital following a neck injury.
The Fox Sports camera man was able to get up. Fox Sports have an update that their cameraman had a laceration and was returning to the sideline.
WFT quarterback Taylor Heineke was looking for Seals-Jones in the end zone with their team-leading 10-7 at the 5:40 mark in the second quarter. Seals-Jones did not make the catch.
Before leaving the game, Seals-Jones had one reception for eight yards.
At this time, Seals-Jones’ status for Week 18 next weekend is up in the air. Head coach Ron Rivera should have an update for the media after the game.
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