Straight to the hospital – that’s how Donald Parham Jr. ended the Los Angeles Chargers game, after suffering a strong shock while trying to catch a touchdown pass.
The player came out practically unconscious, since hit the back of his head on the lawn of the SoFi Stadium, during a match against the Kansas City Chiefs.
This game was played on Thursday night, during the week 15 of the NFL.
Before transferring him on a stretcher, the Chargers medics removed his helmet and to add a collar. Apparently, Parham Jr. was having trouble breathing.
Coup Donald Parham Jr.
When just the first quarter of the game between Los Angeles and Kansas City, the tight end came to graze a five-yard pass from Justin Herbert towards the end zone, in fourth and goal.
However, the player released the ball and his neck hit the ground. Television cameras captured him with his eyes closed and his mouth open. His arms remained rigid and flexed.
Minutes later, the Chargers reported from the Hospital UCLA Harbor Medical Center that Parham Jr. is stable and they are conducting further studies to learn about your health.
The 24-year-old tight end caught 20 passes for 190 yards this season.
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