• Ryan Clark blasts plan to monitor low hits

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 28, 2013
    Ryan Clark has been critical of the NFL in the past. While Steelers safety Ryan Clark already is complaining about changes that haven’t been made, Clark defensive teammate Larry Foote has said he’d have no problem with protecting defenseless offensive players against low hits. Clark predicted there would be an increase in low hits as soon as the NFL began its campaign against concussion-inducing head shots. Ray Anderson, the NFL’s chief of operations, told the Associated Press that the league’s competitio...
    Source: ESPN.com
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