Buffalo Bills safety Taylor Rapp is carted off the field in an ambulance after stumbling and falling to the ground following terrifying collision with teammate Taron Johnson
by: Hani Kamal El-Din
Buffalo Bills safety Taylor Rapp left the game against the New York Jets in an ambulance Sunday night.
Rapp, 25, stumbled and fell to the ground following a collision with teammate Taron Johnson during the second quarter of the game.
The safety was carted into the back of an ambulance on the field but he appeared to be moving his hands in a positive sign, according to WKBW’s Matthew Bove.
New York’s running back Breece Hall hauled in a short catch and took it 15 yards before both Rapp and Johnson went in for the tackle.
As the two Bills players tackled Hall, they collided with each other with both initially staying down after the play.
Johnson was checked on the field by trainers before being able to get to his feet and jog to the locker room.
Rapp reportedly got to his feet before stumbling and falling.
More to follow.