Roster exemptions for players with concussions could draw vote from NFL owners image

USA Today, May 22, 2017
Tom Pelissero, citing Petrie-Flom's report


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A short-term injured reserve for players diagnosed with a concussion was among 76 recommendations included in a Harvard Law School report — based on research funded by the NFL Players Association and published in November — that also suggested medical personnel caring for NFL players should no longer report to team management or coaches.

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