Several sources are now reporting that special teams coach Joe DeCamillis underwent successful surgery Monday at Parkland Hospital to stabilize a fractured vertebra in his neck, the Dallas Cowboys said in a statement.
He remains in stable condition and should be released from the hospital this week.
DeCamillis was among 12 people hospitalized in the aftermath of the collapse of the Cowboys’ indoor practice facility during rookie minicamp Saturday.
DeCamillis, 43, sustained a fracture of one of his cervical vertebrae without paralysis. He was one of three people with serious injuries.
It is unknown when DeCamillis will be able to return to work.
Get well soon Joe, we all wish you a speedy recovery.