Bears’ Miller won’t set limits on recovery from leg injury

All Zach Miller knows is he’s not setting any limits on his recovery — and his doctors aren’t either.

Whether the Chicago Bears’ tight end can play again after a gruesome injury last season nearly cost him his left leg still is to be determined.

There has not been a definitive ‘You can never do this again,’ Miller said.

That hasn’t been talked about. It’s approach this as you are planning to get back to where I can be myself and play football, and then when that time comes some of that is out of my hands. So, I’m just going to do as much as I can to get to that point and see what happens.

It’s tough for me to put it into words what it means to me, but very thankful and just grateful to be a part of this family, he added.

Defensive end Akiem Hicks was glad to see the organization taking care of his teammate.

That’s what it said to me, that they’re willing to make sure that we’re all right and give us the opportunity to get better and just loyalty, he said.

He could hear her being told that under the airline’s policy, she had to pay $25 for each of two carry-ons that wouldn’t fit under her seat. She had cash but it wasn’t accepted at the gate so she was in danger of missing her flight. So Gresham pulled out his credit card and paid, a random act of kindness.

That’s pretty much what it was, he said. I hope anyone would have done that. I don’t know. I just felt that’s how I was raised, my core values. Somebody in distress, just help them out. Nothing more, nothing less.

To say Cassidy was grateful is an understatement.

She was very nice, Gresham said. She was very, very, very appreciative. She thanked me I want to say maybe 20 times.

She told azcentral.com that she was in tears as she boarded the plane.

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