Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph rang his bell in a game between the two teams in a brutal strike by Baltimore Ravens defender Earl Thomas a few weeks ago.
Rudolph suffered a concussion on the hit and had to be removed from the game. Coaches were forced to remove his face mask as they removed him from the field. However, Rudolph told reporters Monday that he does not remember exactly what happened.
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"I do not remember the play at all," Rudolph said, according to ESPN. "Everything before the play and after the play. It was strange. I had to go back and ask the coach what the game call was because for some reason only this game was somehow empty. But everything before and after was as clear as day. "
Rudolph also made a joke about the controversy surrounding the ambulance not working in his emergency.
"When I was on the floor, they made me move and do my arms and legs. I was sure I had no spinal cord injury. I think there were many memes in which the car did not work, "he said. I did not have to sit in the car because I passed all the tests on the ground. I would have walked, regardless of whether the car was ready or not.
Tom Brady, who sets out from patriots, called the hit a "weird deal."  "It was a sweet point, blacked me out. He was probably hit so many times and that never happened. It was a weird deal, "he said.
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Rudolph was briefly hospitalized for the hit. Devin Hodges has represented him two weeks ago in the victory of the Steelers against the Los Angeles Chargers.
It is unclear whether Rudolph can return to the Miami Dolphins on Monday night.