Today brings much improvement. He's afraid but of the DOGS here not us.
He now goes in and out his crate. Once he becomes confident that he won't be attacked I think he'll do well.
I have a foster home which is somewhat calmer than our own home and she may take him. If so, I'm sure it will help him come out a bit more.
He went in and out our front door just fine this AM as long as I went first. He was shaking so hard, and I picked him up and cuddled him and he finally quit shaking. That's encouraging that he accepts human comfort and doesn't react badly to it, that tells me his fright is from the other dogs.
This is him, far right. There's 2 dogs w/him...both were fighting and beating him up: