Last week, a member of the NFL family, former Saint Will Smith was shot and killed. Stedman Bailey would have very well have suffered the same fate.
In November, St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey was shot not once, but twice in the head. He was left in intensive care for roughly a month after spending 7 hours in surgery to save his life
Bailey, a former West Virginia Mountaineer, was picked by the Rams in the third round of the 2013 NFL draft, and is once again hoping to get to the NFL.
In his pursuit of an NFL comeback, Bailey spent time in the hospital regaining his strength and stamina by running though the hallways, eventually being well enough to be released.
SB will be making a return to the field. #SteddyAmbition. God got a plan.
— STEDMAN BAILEY SR (@iamSB3) December 25, 2015
On Tuesday, Bailey posted a video of himself back on the football field, running routes in Los Angeles at a high level.
By @ramsnationunited via @RepostWhiz app: Following @iamsb_12 through his journey of his return is great… Hard work will pay off for SB12 and he'll get his goal and return to his brothers…. I've never seen someone work so hard in my life and @iamsb_12 will prove all the people wrong… We're by your side Stedman! Keep up the great work! ? #THERE12URN