NFL: Concussion treatment improved
NEW YORK -- A puzzling decision to let Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley back into the season opener led to significant improvement in the detection and treatment of concussions during the rest of the 2010 season, a key NFL medical consultant said Monday.
Dr. Richard Ellenbogen cited the way concussions to two Seattle Seahawks were handled in a playoff game at Chicago as proof the league had taken major steps to ensure such injuries are treated properly.
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