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The NFL’s concussion problem isn’t going away…..

Dec 3, 2013

Kansas City Star ?
Roger Goodell came to Kansas City as part of the NFL’s increasingly
omnipresent damage-control effort regarding head injuries.
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2 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. John Hogan
    December 5th, 2013 at 8:02 am #

    The news out today is that Eli Manning can’t remember why he didn’t want to go to San Diego. What else can’t he remember? Anything to do with concussions??

  2. Frederick " Rick " Hayes
    December 5th, 2013 at 5:41 pm #

    Recently , I have viewed on TV an alarming number of head hunting hits with Helmets exploding from Players body’s , with an obvious refusal of the Referees to call the necessary penalty , as they were attempting at the start of the Season ( QB’S excluded ) .

    My guess is GOODELL and his fellow “CROONIES” on Park Avenue in New York became concerned of the Public’s increased awareness of the CONCUSSION DEBATE and corresponding LITAGATION . They then went back to the Game Officials with a directive to ” lighten up ” on the League’s original instruction to start enforcing the Infraction.

    The increased penalties had ” THE SHIELD ” concerned their ORDER had further increased the Public’s awareness to the Brutal Nature of the Game and had MOTHERS driving to Soccer Games , instead of their ” Greatest Game in America ” .

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