Published: July 22nd, 2009 | Tags: Bo Scaife, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Edgerrin James, Gunther Cunningham, James Farrior, New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rex Ryan, Rich Behm, Tennessee Titans, Vernon Gholston
Cowboys scouting assistant Rich Behm, who was partially paralyzed in the the collapse of the team’s practice facility in Irving, Texas, spoke with WFAA-TV in Dallas about his ordeal. Behm was caught underneath the tent-like structure when it collapsed during a storm in May.
- “[I’m] still going to walk again,” he said. “It’s no big deal. That’s a goal, and so I’m sticking to that.
- “I’m still trying to learn how to deal with what’s happened to me right now in terms of getting on with my normal life,” he said. ” I can’t even drive a car.”
Behm returned to work for the Cowboys weeks after his injury.
Other news around the Web on a Wednesday morning:
- Former Cardinals RB Edgerrin James is still looking for work, but does not believe that there are 32 running backs better than him currently in the NFL.
- Steelers LB James Farrior has packed on the pounds and will report to camp heavier than he was last season.
- Titans franchise player, TE Bo Scaife, is ready to pursue a long-term contract with new agent Drew Rosenhaus.
- Jets coach Rex Ryan has selected LB Vernon Gholston to replace suspended LB Calvin Pace, who will miss the first four games of the 2009 season.
- Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham vows to be more aggressive this season. The Lions said that the team will be using the 4-3 as its base defense.