BUFFALO, New York – Buffalo Bills’ tight end Kevin Everett, who suffered a life-threatening spinal injury on the opening day of the National Football League season, returned to Buffalo yesterday.Everett suffered a cervical spine fracture dislocation between his third and fourth vertebrae when he tackled Denver’s Domenik Hixon on the opening play of the season on December 9. Initial reports were grim, with doctor Andrew Cappuccino saying it was unlikely Everett would ever walk again. However, within 48 hours doctors had revised their prognosis and called Everett’s recovery a “miracle”. His subsequent rehabilitation has seen Everett regain his ability to walk.
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