Indianapolis Colts tight end Brandon Williams was release from the hospital, diagnosed with a concussion after leaving the game against the Denver Broncos.

Williams was released from the hospital and was back with the team’s medical staff.

“It was a pretty scary thing … but he’s back here,” Colts’ head coach Chuck Pagano said after the Colts’ loss to Denver. “He’s doing well.”

Williams, who was stretchered off of the field during the game, was diagnosed with a head injury, but doctors did not initially believe that he had suffered an injury to his neck or spine.

“Worried about him. Worried about his family that’s watching on TV,” Colts’ tight end Jack Doyle said.

“You think about all those things because Brandon is such a great person, great teammate and great friend. It’s just hard to see, so I just hope he’ll be all right.”

“It’s a scary thing for all of us, and I’m sure it’s scary for his family as well,” Indianapolis kicker Adam Vinatieri regarding Williams.

“You hate to see anybody go off like that, teammate or the other team, obviously. I’m hoping that’s it’s more of a precautionary thing, and I’m hoping that he’s going to be OK.”