FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – The NFL and the players’ union have found no evidence of deviation by New England’s medical staff from the league’s concussion protocol regarding Tom Brady last season.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement Wednesday that Brady released his medical records for review as part of the process. McCarthy said the review also identified no evidence that Brady sustained a concussion or reported signs or symptoms consistent with one in 2016.READ MORE: Funeral Today For Denton County Fire Marshal Roland Asebedo, Who Died From COVID-19 Complications
The NFL and the NFL Players’ Association completed an evaluation of film of every Patriots game last season, as well as reports from independent neurotrauma consultants and spotters assigned to those games.READ MORE: Haitian Migrants On Texas Border With Mexico Undeterred Plans To Expel Them
Brady’s wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, told “CBS This Morning” in May that Brady played through a concussion on his way to a fifth Super Bowl title. Brady said in August he preferred to keep his medical history private, adding that he wasn’t blind to issues such as CTE.MORE NEWS: US Launches Mass Expulsion Of Haitian Migrants Who Crossed Into Texas Illegally
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