Ravens left tackle Jared Gaither has been removed from the field at Gillette Stadium on a cart.
The third-year player was strapped to a stretcher after suffering an apparent head/neck injury. However. he was moving his hands, prompting speculation from the CBS crew that immobilization of Gaither was being done for precautionary reasons only.
Gaither, who played college football at Maryland, was a fifth-round pick in the 2007 supplemental draft.
Rookie first-rounder Michael Oher moved over to the left side to replace Gaither.
Stay tuned for more regarding Gaither’s condition.
UPDATE: Gaither has been taken to Massachusetts General Hospital. He has movement in all of his extremities.