There was something different about a North Shore football team on Sunday.
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To many-a-fan’s dismay, some players were noticeably ‘out of it’ and even collapsed after sustaining a head injury during play. While getting injured is something that can happen in any sport, certain protocols need to be followed to ensure player safety.
No one will argue you are safer riding with a helmet than without one, but as our cycling culture keeps growing, the I-Team found some troubling numbers.
Close to three hundred moms from Maine to Rhode Island made the trip to Gillette Stadium Thursday night.
The Massachusetts health department says the number of emergency room visits for head injuries is going up. And that includes concussions that happen while playing sports.
Major League Baseball has approved a protective cap for pitchers, hoping to reduce the effects of being hit in the head by line drives.
Hall of Fame bound tight end Tony Gonzalez sees everything the NFL is doing to protect players from head injuries, but he believes that more can be done to protect against knee injuries as well.
Although he hasn’t heard one way or the other, Haggs believes Thornton’s suspension is heading towards independent arbitration, so the two questions that remain are: What happens next? And will it work?
Former Patriots linebacker Rosevelt Colvin joined the Toucher and Rich show Friday morning and expressed concern for the health of left tackle Nate Solder and his impact on the team.