Cowboys offensive assistant Keith O'Quinn was going about his business helping with a special teams drill when he saw the collision on the other side of the field.
With wide receivers coach Jimmy Robinson being knocked unconscious after being hit by receiver Teddy Williams, O'Quinn said a few prayers for Robinson and then found himself in the spotlight coaching the receivers once practice resumed.
"When I saw it was Jimmy Robinson, from that point you gather your thoughts and follow the practice plan you have in place," O'Quinn said. "My initial thought was to make sure was Jimmy was OK. My concern and prayers go out to him. Then I started thinking we've got to roll to practice in a minute. Let's get the process in order here."
O'Quinn said he helped a a focused receiver corps who stayed in tune with practice even though their thoughts and prayers were with Robinson.
"The guys stayed focused and did a good job assisting and helping me keep it together," he said.
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