Many a Jet fan held their breath when Dustin Keller left the game Sunday in a freak fall, but according to Brian Costello of the NY Post, he’s fine, and knows it was something he’s not looking to repeat.
Keller was able to smile about it after the game, but it was a scary moment initially. Sanchez hit Keller with a short pass near the sideline and Keller ran for 11 yards when he saw Bills cornerback Terence McGee coming his way. Keller thought McGee was going to go low and jumped. McGee hit him, and Keller flipped in the air landing on his shoulder and head.
“It was just a last-second call and that one just happened to be a bad one,” Keller said.
After passing concussion tests, he returned to the game to start the second half. Jets coach Rex Ryan compared him to high-jumper Dwight Stones.
Glad to hear he’s fine and he passed all his concussion tests. Of course, his teammates let him know they’re happier with him when he’s on the field.
“Rex along with 53 other guys told me don’t...