NCAA should limit contact in spring
A couple of weeks from now, newly drafted former college players will join their NFL teammates in the NFL's nine-week offseason practice program. But not a single player will wear pads or have live contact during any of those practices. The NFL doesn't allow it. The league determined that it's not good for the long-term brain health of its players to have that offseason contact.
Contrast the NFL's approach to the NCAA's. Most NCAA teams recently concluded their spring practices, ...
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