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Goodell Reiterates That Concussion Settlement Was Not An Admission Of Guilt
Published September 25, 2013
PRYOR SYMPTOMS: FOXSPORTS.com's Mike Garafalo reports the NFLPA is looking into why Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor "wasn't examined for a concussion immediately after getting hit hard" by Broncos LB Wesley Woodyard Monday night. Raiders coach Dennis Allen indicated that he talked to Pryor after the play and he "showed no signs of a concussion." But Garafalo notes Pryor during a replay delay following the play "was pacing around the field, away from the rest of his offensive teammates." Team trainers and doctors "didn't come out to examine Pryor" (FOXSPORTS.com, 9/25).