Eric LeGrand Update: LeGrand Reporting Progress Moving Arms

Rutgers defender Eric LeGrand, who was paralyzed during a kickoff against Army last October, reports that he's "moving the arms little by little." It appears LeGrand's condition continues to improve. A few weeks ago, he described the progress he was making with his arms:

"I can move my arm out to the side. I can move it about 45 degrees to the right and about 30 degrees to the left. I have a lot more movement now."

It's great to hear that he's taking steps toward recovering. He's already progressed well beyond where doctors thought he would at the time of the injury - they said he would never talk or eat solid foods, Scarlet Report writes. Now, he does both.

In fact, LeGrand spoke at a comedy event in February, and he also recently said that he could feel "twitches" in his body, so it appears he's making progress.

LeGrand's injury was among the worst in a football season characterized by violent hits. Let's hope for his continued recovery.

For more on Eric LeGrand's condition and for all your Rutgers athletics news, visit SB Nation's On The Banks.

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