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Social Media Destroys The NFL Concussion Protocol After Tom Savage Went Back Into Game After Seizure (TWEETS)

It seems every week, the NFL NFL concussion protocol gets made into a bigger joke than it already is and no one seems to care. On Sunday, Houston Texans QB Tom Savage went down in the end zone straight on his head and his body immediately started to react in a way that most assumed […]
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