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Cooling seen aiding player's recovery

Doctor: Action may have helped avert paralysis

Buffalo Bills medical staff stabilized Kevin Everett on the field Sunday after he suffered a severe neck injury. Buffalo Bills medical staff stabilized Kevin Everett on the field Sunday after he suffered a severe neck injury. (Jamie Germano/Democrat & Chronicle/Associated Press)
By Felicia Mello
Globe Correspondent / September 14, 2007

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Doctors initially said that Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett had little chance of walking again after his devastating spinal cord injury in last Sunday's football game against the Denver Broncos. But just two days later, Everett was moving his arms and legs in what one doctor involved in his care called "a minor miracle." (Full article: 838 words)

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