New York's Lauren Silberman made history Sunday as the first woman ever to try out for pro football, but she was forced to leave the field early in tears after aggravating a leg injury in kickoff drills.
She tried two kickoffs, the first going 19 yards and the second about 13 yards, and then asked to see a trainer.
It was the second kick that likely caused the injury.
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Walk it off: Lauren Silberman ices her thigh after taking two attempts during kicker tryouts at an NFL football regional combine workout
Incomplete: Silberman talked to officials about whether she could complete the day but ultimately had to leave
All eyes on her: Silberman addressed reporters about her historic attempt after deciding she had to leave
Posting to Twitter from the scene, Star-Ledger writer Conor Orr wrote that Silberman 'said she injured her quad earlier in the week and tried to push through it today.'
When asked by The Jet Press if Silberman could get interest from any teams, Orr wrote: 'Absolutely not.'
Writer Jane McManus tweeted that Silberman 'said she was injured last week in practice. Teared up. Asked what her longest kick was, said it was hard to exactly say.'