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The NFL and the NFL Players Association will announce a new set of rules aimed at protecting players and fans from head injuries during the 2018 season.
The changes come as the NFLPA continues to fight the league’s concussion protocol.
The league announced it would increase the threshold for concussions in the NFL and in the league.
The rule will also allow players to seek out outside medical experts to evaluate their concussion symptoms and report them to the league office.
Under the new rules, the NFL’s head-injury protocol will only include a diagnosis and diagnosis of a concussion, and the player will not be required to see a doctor.
“It’s a great day for the NFL,” NFLPA President Donald Sterling said in a statement.
It will be a welcome change for all players and for all fans.””
This rule update is a great step in our effort to keep players and the fans safe.
It will be a welcome change for all players and for all fans.”
The rule changes came after a spate of head-on collisions that have led to a spike in the number of concussions over the past few years.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has blamed concussions on the sport’s culture and the use of players’ helmets in football.
The new rule also applies to other sports, including lacrosse, basketball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse and softball.
“The NFLPA is pleased to work with the NFL to make sure our players are safe, our fans are safe and our game is safe for everyone,” NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said in the statement.
The NFL has long maintained that the game of football is an entirely safe activity, but a number of reports in recent years have shown that players are at higher risk of concussion.
Last year, the Associated Press reported that at least 21 NFL players had suffered concussions since 2009.
This season, the league says it is investigating five more concussions among players.