• Rookies schooled on concussions, head injuries

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 25, 2012
    Flanked by the shining helmets of all 32 NFL teams, the head physician for the Cleveland Browns warned some of the league's rookies about the dangers of concealing head injuries and concussions. While most players don't consider head injuries on the field, Claiborne said any outside discussion on potential long-term effects of head injuries are sobering. Shickendantz began by explaining that the players will have to undergo a preliminary base test during training camp, and he outlined the necessary steps they'll have to follow if they sustain a head injury.
    Source: ESPN.com
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