Shazier thanked his fans for their prayers and support and said he was "making strides". "The Lord has not finished his work yet".
"I want to thank the Lord for the first downs that he has been allowing me to achieve".
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"I'm working harder than I ever have to get back", Shazier wrote.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has remained in positive spirits despite a serious spine injury that left him without feeling in his lower body after an ugly hit against the Cincinnati Bengals during Week 13 the 2017-18 National Football League regular season. "Just to be able to feel a part of it means the world". I was finally able to make it to practice with my teammates. "They have lifted me and my family through this journey and I ask for you to continue praying for me, as I continue to work daily on improving my health.#Shalieve#Steelers#prayfor50", Ryan's caption read.
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Shazier experienced spinal adjustment surgery on December 7 at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center doctor's facility, and a report by WPXI-Pittsburgh a week ago expressed that he has as of late recaptured feeling in his legs since the mischance. "He's a long ways from the night when he was laying on the field".
A first-round pick by the Steelers in 2015, Shazier started all 12 games he appeared in this season. Prior to his injury, Shazier was in the midst of the best season of his career thus far. After a win, Shazier FaceTimed the team from the hospital and sent the locker room into a frenzy.
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Fans and friends rallied around Shazier using the hashtag "Shalieve" after his injury. It's nice to see Shazier in high spirit, despite the battle he is going through. "And I know he was our biggest supporter, watching us fight together today".