Well since you asked:
Stuart Scott's wife, Kimberly, winces when their 7-year-old daughter, Taelor, says, "Daddy, I'm glad you're home, but you still have to play football."
Scott, the popular ESPN SportsCenter host, has been home in Farmington, Conn., for nearly two months because of an injury to his left eye when he was struck by a football April 3. Scott, 36, was working out with the New York Jets in preparation for his ESPN piece on going through a minicamp.
The blow damaged the cornea, and Scott has been treated by several specialists as he strives to regain sufficient sight in his left eye to return to work. He'll soon be seen at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore by Walter Stark, father of ABC Monday Night Football reporter Melissa Stark.
The process has been complicated because of previous problems with both eyes, including a right detached retina. Jerome Kramer is working on a contact lens for Scott's right eye before the injured left eye is able to handle a contact lens in another two to three months.
"Dr. Kramer's a genius," Scott says. "I just got a contact lens from him, and it's very close to being the right one. My left eye was my sight before. Now my brain has to tell me that my right eye will be the dominant eye. I believe I'll be able to return (as a reporter for) the NBA Finals, and (in) another two, three weeks I should be able to read a teleprompter on SportsCenter."