Most would play SB with concussion
On the first play of Super Bowl XLVII, San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis fell on Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard.
Suddenly, a familiar pain resurfaced in a hurry. Six ribs, broken and healed earlier in the season, were broken again.
Pollard didn't leave the game.
So when asked about playing in the Super Bowl with a concussion, Pollard knows exactly what he would do. And it's what most NFL players say they would do: play.
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