FILE - in this Jan. 5, 2001, file photo, Penn State student Adam Taliaferro, center, walks out of Magee Rehabilitation hospital in Philadephia with physical therapist Amy Bratta, right, and his mother... more 
FILE - in this Jan. 5, 2001, file photo, Penn State student Adam Taliaferro, center, walks out of Magee Rehabilitation hospital in Philadephia with physical therapist Amy Bratta, right, and his mother Adddie, second from right. Ten years after doctors initially thought he would be a quadriplegic following a spinal cord injury after a tackle at Ohio State, the former Penn State defensive back walks with barely a limp. Taliaferro says his family has reached out to Rutgers to offer assistance to Eric LeGrand, who suffered a similar injury last week during a tackle against Army. less 
1 / 1
Associated Press | Photo By Chris Gardner, File
Thu, Oct 21, 2010 7:02 PM EDT