NFLPA, league must keep fighting for safety
Last season, Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy took a crushing hit from James Harrison in Pittsburgh during a Thursday night game. He sustained a concussion on the play but did not complain of symptoms. He did ask team personnel to look at his injured hand. McCoy was sent back into the game. The Browns didn't give him the standard concussion test until Friday morning.
As a direct result of the Browns' failure to test McCoy on the sideline during a game, the NFL now puts an ...
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