Craig Steltz, a former safety at LSU, got run over by Baltimore rookie Kyle Juszczyk on the kickoff return in overtime, and what followed is your Sunday reminder that yes, football is a violent sport. Juszczyk outweighs Steltz by about 30 pounds, and the Bears’ safety didn’t get low enough on the tackle attempt. After getting trucked, Steltz tried to get up, staggered, and fell down. His teammates must have seen in his eyes that he wasn’t right, and held him up. Then coaches held him up.
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