Roundup: Cowboys scout Behm talks to media

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.

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