Imo i would say release is what seperates the smaller and speedy receivers. IE. Antonio Brown alot of great defenders in this league have stated you cant touch AB he doesn't allow you to put handson him his release is impeccable. Dorsett needs to get better releasing off the line he gets bullied often.
No one is going to walk away from a game they love over a sprained ankle or a stinger. Once again it is you that sounds ignorant. First and foremost he is a PERSON a HUMAN BEING, he still has a future ahead of him to take into consideration. Take your own feelings out of the situation, if he decides to walk away from the game for the greater good of his health i applaud him for that.
Im very familiar with neck injuries and the fact that the article says that he had to have a single level cervical fusion as a LAST RESORT points to it not being a good thing for him. This is a forum where individuals are entitled to state their OWN opinions and facts for that matter. Just because no one mentioned it being a career ending injury doesn't mean that is not a plausible possibility, ESPECIALLY given the nature of this specific injury. Educate yourself my comment was far from ignorant.
Neck injuries are NOT to be taken lightly at all. The specific surgery they are referring to has a time table recovery of 3-6 months. Not to mention he may not be able to FULLY recover to 100 % after the surgery. Ultimately he may or may not choose to return to football, so it could very well be career ending.