Tennessee Titans wide receiver Treylon Burks was alert and had full use of his limbs after falling off the field Thursday night against Pittsburgh Steelersaccording to many reports.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel told reporters after the game that Burks was being moved and evaluated in the locker room.
“It’s probably better than it looked,” Vrabel said.
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Burks was seen walking out of the locker room under his own power, according to ESPN.
Burks hit his head on the ground late in the fourth quarter after trying to make a deep catch along the sideline and he lay motionless on the ground.
Burks’ mask was cut off before he was placed on a backboard. He gave a gentle thumbs up as he was led off the field.
“It’s a scary part of the game, the fact that somebody gets pulled off the field and you just act like it didn’t happen,” Titans rookie quarterback Will Levis said. “But that’s football. It’s a part of the game that we have to accept.”
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Burks is in his second season out University of Arkansas. The Titans selected him with the 18th pick last year, ostensibly as a replacement for AJ Brown, who they traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Through five games this season, Burks has eight catches for 122 yards.
Tennessee lost 20-16 to Pittsburgh, handing Levis his first NFL loss as a starter as the Titans fell to 3-5 on the season.
“Losing sucks, especially at this level,” Levis said. “It’s so hard to win games and you have such a chance to win them at the end, and it doesn’t happen, it makes you feel a lot worse. Credit to (Pittsburgh). They made the plays when they needed to and we didn’t.”
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Levis, who was selected by the Titans in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft, completed 22 of 39 passes for 262 yards and an interception.
In his first game, Levis led Tennessee to a victory over him Atlanta Falcons while throwing for four touchdowns in his NFL debut.
The Steelers are now 5-3 and remain a game behind Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North.
Ryan Morik of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.