Buffalo Bills running back Damien Harris was carried off the field in an ambulance with a neck injury during Sunday's matchup against the New York Giants.
Harris has movement in his arms and legs and was taken to the hospital for further testing.
The injury occurred late in the second quarter as Harris took a handoff up the middle and was met by Giants linebacker Bobby Okereke. Players from both teams signaled for the Bills training staff to aid Harris immediately after the play.
The entire Bills team left the sideline and surrounded Harris as the Buffalo training staff assessed Harris' injury. Harris gave a thumbs up as he was placed inside the ambulance. The carry was Harris' first of the game.
POSTGAME UPDATE ON HARRIS
Sean McDermott: "My understanding is full movement right now."
"Fortunate that he's seemingly heading in a good direction with the reports that we're getting. So I'm just very thankful to God for that."