I actually got an answer from someone at allexperts.com and he said because I can move my arm with my left arm that it sounds like a muscular injury and no rotator cuff tear is probable. I still have to wait another few days till things stop hurting as much and then see an orthropod.
It is too early to speculate on a definitive diagnosis, however, your description tells me it is muscle damage and not a ligamentous tear. Passive range of motion (ROM) can be accomplished using the left arm to assist, no mechanical lock, labral tear or rotator cuff tear is probable.
Ice it down as much as possible and wait until the dust settles, 5 days, then pursue advanced imaging to rule out a tear. Immediately following most trauma type injuries, everything hurts which makes it difficult to nail down a specific diagnosis. The best thing you can do is let the inflammation subside and wait until the pain localizes and maximum ROM is documented, then you can peruse treatment options specific for your problem.
If you need further advice after things settle, let me know and I will be happy to assist you.
Dr. Timothy Durnin