The Dallas Cowboys had to deal with a scary moment during the game.
Following a play where Micah Parsons forced a turnover, there would be major concern about a member of the coaching staff.
According to CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson, assistant defensive line coach Sharrif Floyd needed medical attention as he fainted on the sideline. He was in the blue medical tent for a while.
Floyd was eventually able to get up under his own power and walk to the locker room for more tests.
Floyd was a first-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings out of Florida in 2013. He played five years and recorded 95 tackles, 9.5 sacks, and a fumble recovery in 44 games.
Parsons had two sacks and several more big defensive plays to keep Zach Wilson and the Jets offense from finding a rhythm.
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