The NFL Will Spend Another $100M To Protect Players From Concussions
Commissioner Roger Goodell says $60 million will go toward improving helmets and $40 million will help fund medical research into head injuries.By Briana Altergott | September 14, 2016
The NFL says it's launching a new initiative to protect players from concussions.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday the league will devote an additional $100 million to concussion-related ventures as part of its Play Smart Play Safe initiative. That's on top of the $100 million it's already spending on research.
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