sports How is the NFL concussion protocol supposed to work? written by MiaChaffey December 11, 2017 The policy should prevent risky returns to play. But as the case with Tom Savage illustrates, that doesn’t always happen. Here’s what you should know. See more here: How is the NFL concussion protocol supposed to work? Related PostsTom Savage concussion makes clear that NFL’s protocol has major issuesNFL won’t discipline Texans for Savage injuryNFL won’t discipline Texans for Savage injuryFalcons’ Coleman clears protocol, set to returnTexans place QB Savage (concussion) on IRGronk still in protocol, confident he’ll play in SB How is the NFL concussion protocol supposed to work? was last modified: December 11th, 2017 by MiaChaffey always-happen-casepolicy-shouldprevent-riskysavageshould-knowthe-case-what-you 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest MiaChaffey previous post DDC Shopian reviews progress of dev works next post Nine questions (and answers) on Wentz’s injury, Eagles’ Super Bowl chances, more You may also like Pelton mail: Which NBA alumni team is... March 25, 2018 Jaguars’ Khan lauds Coughlin: ‘Credit is to... January 4, 2018 Source: Browns near big deal with Landry April 12, 2018 Even when they win, Broncos can’t escape... December 15, 2017 Rating how close every NFL team is... February 8, 2018 Lowry: Raptors’ record season ‘wasted year’ May 8, 2018 Redskins don’t plan to tag QB Cousins... February 28, 2018 Eight days, 6,179 miles, three contenders: How... December 22, 2017 Baker Mayfield on combine meeting with Jets:... March 10, 2018 Friends and family mourn two Milton arborists... May 7, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.