Bleacher, the NBA’s parent company, has announced the launch of its own concussion protocol for NFL players.
The NFLPA has launched its own protocol, and the league has announced a number of changes to the league’s protocol that have not yet been made public.
Bleacher is now working with doctors to develop a standardized protocol for concussion care that is based on the work of the NFLPA.
The league will work with other medical professionals to develop the protocol that is approved by the NFL and will be submitted to the NFL for approval.
The goal is to develop protocols that can be administered to any NFL player, including those who are on the active roster.
NFL officials have said that players will be eligible for a protocol once their careers have ended.NFL players will not be required to undergo any testing for concussion symptoms during the protocol.
Players will also be able to report any symptoms of a concussion that they experience to their doctor.
This is the first time a concussion protocol has been released, and it has not been the only one to emerge since the 2015 season.
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