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Kenny Stills rewards security guard after sending her into endzone wall

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills (10) gives a football to a security woman he pushes to the ground after scoring a touchdown, during the first half of an NFL football game against the Detroit Lions, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Just because you are standing out-of-bounds in an NFL stadium doesn’t mean that you are safe.

A security guard at the Miami Dolphins-Detroit Lions game in Miami took nasty hit she didn’t see coming after a touchdown catch by Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills.

Stills, apologetically, gave the football he caught the touchdown with to the woman after the play.

This is not the first time this season that the 120-yard-long and 53-and-1/3-yard-wide football field was not enough space to contain the 22 players in action. And it was not the first time the barriers to separate fans and players have become obstacles.

During a Week 6 matchup in London against the Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks receiver David Moore flipped over a fence separating cameramen from the field after a touchdown catch.

In college football earlier this season, Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses crashed into a security guard standing by a wall close to the endzone. Both Moses and the security guard had to be treated for injuries.

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