ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) _ Kevin Everett had surgery hours after
the Buffalo Bills reserve tight end showed no signs of movement
after sustaining a cervical spine injury in the team's season
opener against Denver.
Bills spokesman Scott Berchtold says he didn't know whether
Everett had shown any signs of movement since he was driven off the
field in an ambulance.
As he was leaving a Buffalo area hospital, Bills' tight end Ryan
Neufeld told Buffalo's WIVB-TV the surgery ``went well as far as we
can tell and he's recovering right now.''
Bills general manager Marv Levy says doctors informed the team
that it's too early to determine the severity of the injury.
(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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