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NFL Will Agree To Have Independent Neurologists On Sidelines
Published February 1, 2013
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The NFL in the past has resisted the move of having doctors independent of the teams on the sidelines. The NFLPA’s position is that players do not trust team medical personnel and independent doctors are necessary. Smith even called for a new NFL director of player safety. Pash said he expected the neurologists to be on the sidelines for the '13 season.