BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -A golf tournament and tailgate party are planned to benefit the Kevin Everett Foundation, started by the former Buffalo Bills tight end to advance spinal cord injury research.
Everett was scheduled to announce the July fundraisers in Buffalo on Monday but canceled because of a scheduling change in his medical treatment.
Everett was paralyzed from the neck down while attempting to make a tackle in the Bills season opener on Sept. 9. He is now walking on his own since being released from a Houston rehabilitation facility in November.
The Kevin Everett Golf Classic and 12th Man Tailgate Party will take place July 6 and 7 at Brierwood Country Club in Hamburg.

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