Former Husker linebacker Zaire Anderson carted off field after suffering neck injury

Denver linebacker Zaire Anderson was carted off the field Sunday following a scary collision with a teammate.

According to the Denver Post, the former Husker was rushed to the hospital, but was able to move his arms and legs. He is being evaluated for a neck injury.

Anderson dove head first to attempt to tackle Oakland running back Jalen Richardson, but missed and instead hit teammate Quentin Gause.

Here is video of the collision:

Update: Anderson is back home after scans on his neck and head came back negative. However, Anderson did suffer what was called a spinal cord concussion.

via Denver Post

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