After taking hard shot, 49ers TE Vernon Davis suffers concussion
After 49ers tight end Vernon Davis got rocked by Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor in the first half of Sunday night's game while trying to make a catch, Davis has returned to the locker room and is out for the game with a concussion.
After 49ers tight end Vernon Davis got rocked by Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor in the first half of Sunday night’s game while trying to make a catch, Davis has returned to the locker room and is out for the game with a concussion.
The play occurred when 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick tried to hit Davis on the sideline with 21 seconds left in the first quarter, but Chancellor smacked him in a shoulder-to-chest collision that forced the ball out of Davis’ grasp and left him wide-eyed on the field afterward.
Though replays showed that the play appeared to be clean, Chancellor was penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness on a defenseless receiver. Four plays later, the Seahawks blocked David Akers’ field goal attempt and returned it for a touchdown to take a 21-0 lead.
Luckily, Chancellor was getting Twitter support from somebody who knows something about illegal hits.
Kam Chancellor that is a Definition of a Big hit and separating the ball from the ball carrier!!!! @snfonnbc— Ndamukong Suh (@ndamukong_suh) December 24, 2012
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