Junior Football Addresses Concussion Concerns

Oct 29, 2015 |
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Junior Football Addresses Concussion Concerns

From second graders to high school seniors, thousands of kids across KELOLAND put on pads and helmets to hit the football field every week. The sport brings communities together, but it can also put young players at risk.  Nationally, seven high school football players have died this year.  And a study released just this week reiterates the danger of head-to-head hits. With 2,500 kids playing 600 games a year, it’s important to make sure every young athlete is equipped with the pr
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