Linebacker K.J. Wright helped off the field in Jacksonville Dec. 10 by the Seahawks’ team doctor and medical staffers after getting concussion on a head-to-head hit with Jaguars fullback Tommy Bohanon. Wright missed last weekend’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and says the league should make sitting out one game because of a concussion mandatory.
Linebacker K.J. Wright helped off the field in Jacksonville Dec. 10 by the Seahawks’ team doctor and medical staffers after getting concussion on a head-to-head hit with Jaguars fullback Tommy Bohanon. Wright missed last weekend’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and says the league should make sitting out one game because of a concussion mandatory. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP
Linebacker K.J. Wright helped off the field in Jacksonville Dec. 10 by the Seahawks’ team doctor and medical staffers after getting concussion on a head-to-head hit with Jaguars fullback Tommy Bohanon. Wright missed last weekend’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and says the league should make sitting out one game because of a concussion mandatory. Phelan M. Ebenhack AP
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