Investigating Concussions in the N.F.L. | The Truth Has a Voice | The New York Times

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  1. Except the concussion protocol is still a joke. There's so much more that needs to be done. The brain doesn't heal from a concussion in one or two weeks, and that's when most of these players are returning to the field. The NFL is starting to consider the right direction, but it's not enough.

  2. WWE fan here! I'm in the dark when it comes to football yet I've questioned if American football & professional wrestling are viable.

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