K. Everett Might Attend Bills' Home Finale

Injured Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett reportedly might attend the team's home finale Sunday against the New York Giants.

Everett suffered a life-threatening spinal cord injury while making a tackle on a kickoff in the season-opening game but is rehabilitating in Houston and reportedly has regained the ability to walk.

The Buffalo News reported that Everett's ability to attend the game could depend in part on the weather. Bills General Manager Marv Levy told the Associated Press: "We're working on it, but we're not positive."

Everett was hurt while tackling kick returner Domenik Hixon, who was with the Denver Broncos at the time and now is with the Giants.

By Mark Maske |  December 20, 2007; 11:20 AM ET  | Category:  Bills
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