Texan Wide Receiver On The Road To Recovery

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

HOUSTON (AP) -- For the first time since injuring his neck and
spine last week, Texans receiver Harry Williams has walked by
himself.

Houston television station KRIV reports that Williams walked by
himself Thursday morning at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. He suffered a cracked vertebrate and severe ligament damage in
his neck Aug. 22 during a preseason game against the Dallas
Cowboys.

Williams told the station, "I started walking today. I brushed
my own teeth today, sat up in a chair today, fed myself today." "I'm doing good man." Doctors say its unlikely he'll be able to play football again, something the 26-year-old says he accepts. Williams was on the New York Jets and New York Giants squads in 2005 before signing with the Texans in 2006.

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