Darrell Taylor feels like a superhuman on the practice field.Specifically, the Tennessee linebacker thinks he looks like the Juggernaut comic-book character while wearing the Guardian soft-shell helmet cover the Vols are using in practice this spring for players at certain positions.
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Concussion researchers have long suggested that damage to the corpus callosum, a thick bundle of nerves that connects the brain’s two halves, could result in some common side effects of concussion, like dizziness or vision problems. The assumption is straightforward — that damage to the corpus callosum could affect coordination between the two halves — but difficult to prove.
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The estate of a former Washington State University football player has joined hundreds of other former players who say the NCAA, colleges, and football conferences didn’t do enough to protect them from repetitive brain injuries in the sport.
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It’s no secret, the game of football is in crisis over concussions. But researchers from the University of Akron hope their patent-pending helmet safety liner—called the “Hedgemon” is the solution.
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