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Former LSU wide receiver Russell Gage suffered a serious injury in the Monday Night playoff game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys while attempting to catch a pass from the quarterback Tom Brady.

Gage took a hard shot to the neck and was unable to get up under his own power. He was eventually taken off the field by stretcher and went to a local hospital for evaluation.

The Bucs released the following update on Gage's injury Tuesday at 9:45 am CT.
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MEDICAL UPDATE ON BUCCANEERS WR RUSSELL GAGE, JR.

After suffering a neck injury and concussion during the fourth quarter of last night's game, Russell was taken to a local hospital where he remained overnight for additional testing and observation. Russell has had movement in all extremities and will continue to undergo additional testing today.

We will provide additional information as it becomes available.
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Prayers!!!!
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BassMan6313 months
Yes Russell Gage was on the football team. Either way he is in my prayers
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atltiger648713 months
are you 12 years old? Gage has only been gone 5 years - you honestly don't remember him? And you don't "walk on" to a pro team.
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Hangit13 months
He is not a former LSU wide receiver. He was on LSU's track team and walked on for the Bucs.
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TigerProphet13 months
What????
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Alter X13 months
Lay off the crack.

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LaTexSaint13 months
That was Cyril Grayson. Gage was on the football team. Gage came in as a DB and then switched to WR his last two seasons.
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Geaux Guy13 months
Great News!
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Big Scrub TX13 months
Excellent!
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rob6213 months
Good news.
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cajunmud13 months
That was scary when that neck went 90 degrees. When they showed his leg jumping...man I was just hoping that wasn't some kind of seizure going on.

Apparently not...great news.

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3PieceSpicy13 months
I think he was just in pain tbh and that is why he was moving around so much.
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Celery13 months
Moving extremities. Hallelujah! Get better, Russ. Geaux Tigers.
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jp4lsu13 months
Thats good news. Hopefully good news continues
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