Paralyzed Cowboys Assistant Goes Home

Rich Behm leaves rehab facility one month after suffering spinal injury

Dallas Cowboys assistant scout Rich Behm, who is paralyzed from the waist down, is now home after spending time in a rehabilitation center.

Behm suffered his injuries in the May 2 collapse of the Dallas Cowboys indoor practice facility. The building came crashing down during a severe storm.

According to a Web site updated by Behm's family, he was released Friday from Baylor's Institute for Rehabilitation. The family said the first few days at home brought a series of adjustments and new routines.

The Behm's house been modified to handle Rich's disability.

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The Cowboys worked with Bank of America to set up an account to people who want to send donations on behalf of the Behm family.

You can make a donation at any Bank of America location in person or mail your donation to:
Bank of America
c/o Shelby Kirksey
5500 Preston Road, Suite B
Dallas, Texas 75205

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