Arizona Cardinals safety Budda Baker suffered a scary head-first collision on Monday against the Los Angeles Rams and had to be stretchered off the field.

Baker sustained the injury late in the third quarter of the Wild Card game after he tried to stop Cam Akers near the end zone. Unfortunately for the 26-year-old, he hit the helmet and shoulder of the Rams running back and went down scarily–looking like he was stiffened and not moving.

The Cardinals star was quickly tended on the field before being carted off to get checked further.

Here's the full sequence of the incident:

In later updates, Budda Baker was detected to have a concussion and immediately ruled out for the rest of the contest. Fortunately, he has movement and feeling in all his extremities, per the Cardinals.

Hopefully Baker's injury is not serious and he would be able to recover soon. The hit on him certainly didn't look good, and the fact that he was unable to move after raised a lot of concerns.

Baker has been a key cog for the Cardinals' defense, establishing himself as a Pro Bowl player. He was also a big reason why the Arizona franchise was able to dominate early in the 2021 season.