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HARD KNOCKS

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Big hits and crushing tackles have become synonymous with football throughout the game’s history. However, concussions and potential long-lasting injuries have become more noticeable as players get faster and stronger. According to Newsday, there were 364 reported occasions among 104 schools last year in which a football player was removed from a practice or game because of a suspected head injury. As additional research brings the dangers of head injuries to light, coaches and players are doing what they can to keep everyone informed and safe.
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