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IRVING, Texas -- Houston Texans wide receiver Harry Williams has movement in his arms and legs but has not regained full strength following a collision with teammate Nick Ferguson during a Cowboys kickoff return in the first half of Friday's preseason game, according to a medical source who spoke with ESPN's Ed Werder.
Williams was immobilized and carted off the field before being transported by ambulance to a local hospital. At this time, he's still undergoing tests to determine the nature and severity of the injuries that left him motionless on the field for several minutes.
The Texans have only confirmed that Williams has a neck injury and has been transported to a hospital. Every member of the Texans left the bench area and stood on the field as medical personnel surrounded Williams.