Steelers LB Ryan Shazier's Latest Quote Proves He's Still Trying to Make an NFL Comeback

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Some thought Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier would never walk again after a severe back injury left him unable to move his legs.

However, after undergoing spinal stabilization surgery, the two-time NFL Pro Bowler has continued to amaze fans with the speed of his recovery, and feels that his days of playing football are far from over.

In fact, Shazier said that when it's all said and done, he wants to be a Hall of Famer and continue to chase the dream he has had his sights on since infancy.

"I’m just going to keep working, and hopefully I’m going to be back as soon as I can," said Shazier.

Shazier has not played a down of football since the injury occurred in 2017, but the former First-Team All-American refuses to quit his rehab and is determined to be the best.

He has taken small strides along the way, which have showcased his relentless drive and determination to succeed.

If he can return to the league with half as much skill as he has heart, there's no doubt his dream of making the Hall of Fame will still be alive.