Buccaneers WR Russell Gage Suffers Concussion, Being Evaluated For Skill Injuries To Neck

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Russell Gage suffered a concussion and is being evaluated at a local health center for neck injuries after he was injured

in his team's playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night, head coach Todd Bowles said after the injury. match.

Following a slam through the Cowboys defense, Donovan Wilson Gage was left in the sector, having suffered a blow to the neck and jaw

Gage can be seen moving his leg away from him and Bowles said he also moved his arms away from him.

The fifth-year wide receiver was pinned down and took the ball away before being transported to the medical facility

Players from the Buccaneers and Cowboys piled up as Gage was treated.

The injury passed on a 2d-and-10 play with 2:55 left in the game as Tom Brady centered Gage on an incompletion.

Gage, 26, was selected in the sixth round of the Atlanta Falcons draft out of LSU in 2018. He played four years in Atlanta before signing with Tampa

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