The Carolina Panthers expect tight end Jeremy Shockey will be grasped in their momentary game this season. His is by now arising huge this year in one more department, saving a life.
The negotiator for taut end Ben Hartsock informed the National Football Post that Shockey came to the help of his client in the lunch room of Panthers when a part of pork tenderloin became lodged in throat of Hartsock.
Mike McCartney informed the website, “(Hartsock) started to go to the bathroom and I don’t know if he collapsed, but he couldn’t breathe. Some new guy came and tried to give him the Heimlich. It didn’t work. Then, Shockey hit him in the back pretty hard and out came the meat. The Panthers told me it was really scary.”
“Ben told me Shockey came over and gave me the Heimlich maneuver and saved my life. He was in good spirits and he’s real thankful for Shockey.”
The Panthers signed Shockey in March following he was cut by the New Orleans Saints.